Ms. Lisa Rambert-Valaskova

Transatlantic Literary Agency

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Lisa Rambert-Valaskova

Transatlantic Literary Agency

Website:
transatlanticagency.com
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Chick Lit
Children's
Commercial
Middle Grade
Picture Book
Romance
Upmarket
Women's Fiction

Non-Fiction

Travel
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Patrick (Admin)
04/15/2024 11:54 AM
Thanks writingbubbly
writingbubbly
04/11/2024 08:55 PM
Interview: https://kathytemean.wordpress.com/2023/09/15/september-agent-of-the-month-lisa/
MotownCountry
01/10/2024 09:43 PM
NA/R

Q 10-28-23
CNR 1-10-24
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
11/27/2023 03:18 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
katine
11/07/2023 02:35 PM
QM: 8/4/23
CNR: 11/7/23


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Last Update:
11/27/2023 - Closed to queries.
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