Ms. Clare Alexander

Aitken Alexander Associates

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Clare Alexander

Aitken Alexander Associates

291 Grays Inn Road, King's Cross
London WC1X 8QJ
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Website:
www.aitkenalexander.co.uk
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Historical
Literary Fiction
Short Story Collections

Non-Fiction

Current Affairs/Politics
History
Memoir
Pop Culture
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Ayobami Adebayo
Sarah Dunant
Sebastian Faulks
Andrew Wilson
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cdmoorer
06/21/2024 01:55 PM
What genres are covered under literary fiction?
pjones7978
05/07/2024 03:22 PM
Query sent 5/7/24
TooMuchCoffeeMan
10/19/2023 04:54 PM
CNR @ 121 days
CarolynMCash
10/10/2023 07:24 AM
Sent my submission in July. Heard nothing since.
TooMuchCoffeeMan
04/07/2023 06:44 PM
attached first 50
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