Mr. Andrew Lownie

Andrew Lownie Literary Agency

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Andrew Lownie

Andrew Lownie Literary Agency

36 Great Smith St.
London SW1P 3BU
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Barnes Carr
Daniel Tammet
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01/05/2023 05:17 AM
Incredibly quick response. Courteous and constructive reply.
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Patrick (Admin)
09/29/2020 10:43 AM
Profile Update: New email address.
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Patrick (Admin)
09/03/2018 06:39 PM
Profile Update: Updated email address and genres.
08/03/2015 09:02 AM
Replied within one day (don't we all wish all agents did that?)

Sorry I wouldn't be the right agent for this but good luck with your approaches elsewhere
Best wishes, Andrew Lownie

04/27/2015 06:55 AM
Reply within half an hour at 7.00 am. Very polite, my manuscript is not for him.
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09/29/2020 - New email address.
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