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Ms. Jenni Ferrari-Adler

Union Literary

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Jenni Ferrari-Adler

Union Literary

30 Vandam Street, Suite 5A
New York, NY 10013
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Known Clients (current & past)
Mo Daviau
Jessica O'Dwyer
Neel Patel
Eileen Pollack
Lauren Shockey
Ellen Sussman
Susie Yang
Author Comments
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09/21/2023 06:52 PM
EQ 9/21

Literary/Mystery 82K
07/24/2023 06:07 PM
EQ: 6/26/23
CNR: 7/24/23
83k Thriller
"Due to the high volume of submissions we receive, we will only be in contact regarding projects that feel like a match for the respective agent."

07/12/2023 10:18 AM
EQ: 4/8/23
CNR: 7/12/23
04/19/2023 09:07 PM
submitted 3/17, requested full proposal 4/17, polite rejection 4/18
03/01/2023 02:04 AM
Curious if anyone has found or received clear guidelines on how many sample pages to submit. On the website for all their agents, it just says "sample pages" without a number, and here on QT it says sample pages or full ms. Is there a default consensus? Ten pages? 20? First 3 chapters? I can't imagine sending the full, but maybe I should?
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