Mr. Guy Rose

Futerman, Rose & Associates

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Guy Rose

Futerman, Rose & Associates

91 St Leonards Road
London SW14 7BL
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Website:
www.futermanrose.co.uk
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

none

Non-Fiction

Current Affairs/Politics
General Non-Fiction
Pop Culture
Sports
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MichaelBCooper
07/10/2024 05:41 PM
Agency has changed its name to "FRA." See https://www.futermanrose.co.uk/.
phyllo
03/08/2011 07:03 AM
March 7/11: EQ, Syn. + 2 Ch. (contemp. mainstream)
March 8/11: ER
"Thanks for this, but on the whole, just not enough to make me feel sufficiently confident in placing it for you.
I wish you every success in finding the right agent."

Certainly quick enough.
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07/10/2024 - Genres updated.
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