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Ms. Lucy Childs

The Aaron M. Priest Literary Agency

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Lucy Childs

The Aaron M. Priest Literary Agency

708 Third Avenue, 23rd floor
New York, NY 10017
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Chick Lit
Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Elizabeth Diamond
Peter Charles Melman
Frances Sherwood
Author Comments
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02/09/2024 04:45 PM
EQ: 1/5/2024
contemporary romance 97K
CNR 2/9/2024
06/20/2023 05:09 PM
EQ: 29 May 2023
Commercial Women's Fiction 99k
CNR: 21 Jun 2023
06/10/2023 08:31 AM
EQ: 2023-01-12 Lit/Hist/Humorous 98K

2023-06-10 CNR
10/09/2022 08:12 PM
EQ: 6/17/22
Nudge: 10/9
08/29/2022 07:00 PM
Sent 12-29-2022
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