Ms. Laura Gruszka

Writers House

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Laura Gruszka

Writers House

New York, NY
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Website:
writershouse.com
Blog/Other:
www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/lgruszka
AALA Member:
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Children's
Graphic Novel
Horror
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Illustrator
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

none
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Known Clients (current & past)
Lucy Haslam
Binnie Kearns
Author Comments
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katine
06/25/2024 12:14 PM
EQ: 6/9/24
Form rejection: 6/25/24


MG Horror 48k

katine
04/10/2024 02:03 PM
EQ: 3/19/24
Form rejection: 4/10/24


MG Con 55k

ScJMo
03/20/2024 09:26 PM
Query Sent: 03/20/2024

Literary Horror 56k
Patrick (Admin)
03/09/2024 03:27 PM
Thanks writingbubbly
writingbubbly
03/08/2024 10:20 AM
Literary rambles interview: http://www.literaryrambles.com/2024/01/literary-agent-interview-laura-gruszka.html
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