Ms. Ginger Knowlton

Curtis Brown, Ltd.

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Ginger Knowlton

Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Ten Astor Place, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10003
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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02/26/2024 02:47 PM
MG sci fi, 65K
EQ: 2/26/24
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Patrick (Admin)
12/04/2023 03:50 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
10/09/2023 01:42 PM
Can you submit to multiple agents in Curtis Brown?
10/07/2023 05:28 AM
She looks to be amazing.
09/12/2023 12:53 PM
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12/04/2023 - Genres updated.
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