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Mr. Chris Parris-Lamb

The Gernert Company

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Chris Parris-Lamb

The Gernert Company

136 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Family Saga
Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Pop Culture
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Known Clients (current & past)
Gyorgy Dragoman
Joel Saunders Elmore
Lisa Halliday
Chad Harbach
Hillary Jordan
Jane McDonigal
Garth Risk-Hallberg
Emma Span
Author Comments
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02/26/2024 01:42 AM
EQ: Feb 25th, 2024

Literary 99k
08/12/2022 09:21 PM
EQ: 8/12/22

LGBT Literary Fiction
05/21/2022 04:51 AM
EQ sent 3/29/22
Memoir 89K

No response after 6 weeks
04/26/2022 03:10 PM
EQ sent 4/26/2022
83K Memoir
04/20/2021 10:44 AM
EQ 2/17/21
CNR 4/20/21

literary, 97k words
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