Ms. Holly Bemiss

Susan Rabiner Literary Agency

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Holly Bemiss

Susan Rabiner Literary Agency

315 W. 39th Street, Suite 1501
New York, NY 10018
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Graphic Novel


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Ellen Forney
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02/21/2022 01:47 PM
EQ sent 2/21/2022 There is no description of what the agency wants in queries, so I assume only the basic query letter is desired as a first contact.
83K Memoir
03/11/2019 09:25 AM
EQ: 3/11/2019: Graphic Memoir.
03/06/2014 11:38 AM
Just sent a nudge. Proposal was sent back in early September. Fingers crossed!
09/25/2013 01:02 PM
EQ 9/11
Request for proposal 9/12! (nonfiction parenting humor) Still waiting on a response to that. Fingers crossed!
10/23/2010 11:23 AM
eQuery 10/22 (evening)
Request for full proposal 10/23 a.m. (which makes for a nice Saturday morning). And yes, it is non-fiction.
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