Andrew Nurnberg

Andrew Nurnberg Associates Ltd

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Andrew Nurnberg

Andrew Nurnberg Associates Ltd

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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Middle Grade
Young Adult


General Non-Fiction
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Author Comments
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10/31/2023 06:43 AM
Rory Clark is an agent at Andrew Nurnberg, who requested my full manuscript, but isn't listed here.
09/05/2023 01:52 PM
Add Gyamfia Osei, for Children's
06/12/2021 10:57 AM
EQ: 3/13/21
CNR: 6/12/21
05/20/2021 06:44 AM
Ghosted ... Met agent Jenny Savill in person at event and pitched my book. She sounded keen on my fantasy novel and gave me her email, asking me for for full Ms when ready. So I did. But she never responded to my email with the novel. A while later I sent a polite follow up email. Still no reply . Unimpressed and a bit demoralised .
05/18/2021 03:05 PM
Doesn't accept picture books
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