Mr. Michael Harriot

Folio Literary Management

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Michael Harriot

Folio Literary Management

630 9th Avenue, Suite 1101
New York, NY 10036
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Science Fiction


General Non-Fiction
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03/09/2024 12:22 PM
When I saw that his last request was in 2015, it was more than enough to instantly put him on the Do Not Query list.
10/13/2022 06:48 AM
EQ: 08/11/22
CNR: 010/13/22
06/23/2022 05:00 PM
EQ: 04/23/22 adult sci-fi 76k
CNR: 06/23/22
02/23/2022 03:16 PM
sent Q and 1st 3 chapters
01/24/2022 12:10 PM
EQ: 5/5/21
nudged 8/11/21
NO reply

adult romantic SF/F 99,798k
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03/03/2020 - Genres updated.
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