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Ms. Madeline Wallace

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

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Madeline Wallace

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

55 Fifth Avenue 15th floor
New York, NY 10003
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Literary Fiction


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05/17/2023 12:27 PM
EQ: 15 April, 2023 (no confirmation email btw)
CNR: 17 May, 2023

adult 83k LitFic
05/13/2023 12:15 PM
Has anyone received a response from this agent?
02/28/2023 09:56 AM
in response to beccaloulou, no--I did not receive a confirmation email.
EQ: 2/18/23
02/24/2023 10:12 AM
I was just wondering if anyone who has sent to this agent has received any kind of confirmation email?
02/21/2023 12:10 PM
EQ: 2/16/23
PR: 2/16/23
ER: 2/21/23
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