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Ms. Marin Takikawa

The Friedrich Agency

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Marin Takikawa

The Friedrich Agency

New York, NY
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Family Saga
Literary Fiction
Young Adult


Cultural/Social Issues
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05/04/2024 09:24 PM
@mjrussell It says on this page, first 5 pages:

Queried 5/4/24
Dark YA contemporary fantasy 113K
02/18/2024 06:00 PM
Email Query: 9/30/2023
Since from their website it sounds like they don't respond anymore except to request, and from timelines of other comments, marking this as a CNR very belatedly at 141 days.
01/05/2024 12:23 PM
Agency's website says not to include sample pages at all...
11/29/2023 07:48 PM
Query Sent: 11/29/2023

Literary Horror 56k words
10/26/2023 10:47 PM
CNR at 40 days
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