Ms. Chris Park

DeFiore and Company

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Chris Park

DeFiore and Company

New York, NY
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11/19/2021 03:26 PM
EQ 29 Sep 21
FR 19 Nov 21
07/24/2021 05:49 PM
Update: 7/24/2021: CNR after 52 days.

06/02/2021: Submitted Memoir (77k)
10/07/2020 08:05 PM
Emailed memoir query in Feb. 2019 when Chris was still with Foundry. I knew it was a long shot given the agency's size & location. Never received a response.
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Patrick (Admin)
09/21/2020 11:52 AM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with Foundry Literary + Media. No further details are available at this time.
12/07/2019 02:59 PM
If haven’t heard in 8 weeks it is rejection
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09/21/2020 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Foundry Literary + Media.
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