Ms. Lola Bellier

Creative Artists Agency

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Lola Bellier

Creative Artists Agency

Website:
caa.com
Twitter (X):
@lola_bellier
AALA Member:
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Commercial
Middle Grade
Speculative
Upmarket
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

Pop Culture
Science/Technology
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mbourggraff
04/03/2024 03:13 PM
CNR my partial given the layoff
NavyOwl
03/29/2024 10:15 AM
Lola isn’t listed on the CAA Submittable anymore (as of 3/28).
sophiescott
03/26/2024 02:08 PM
@TBtbtp but her quick stats say her last reply was 3/25?
TBtbtp
03/26/2024 05:46 AM
@kwritesbooks.... uhhh. The layoffs were 3/19 and her last reply to queries was 3/19. So this could be the case.
kwritesbooks
03/25/2024 04:44 PM
I think Lola was laid off during the CAA layoffs.
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