Ms. Meredith Kaffel Simonoff

The Gernert Company

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Meredith Kaffel Simonoff

The Gernert Company

136 East 57th Street, 18th floor
New York, NY 10022
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General Fiction
Literary Fiction


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05/11/2024 05:00 AM
Queried on 3/27/24.
No reply as of 5/11/24, so marking as closed/rejection as per website instructions.
03/06/2024 10:34 AM
Email query 3/6/24
95K literary fiction
11/07/2022 01:55 PM
EQ: 11/7/22

Upmarket 84K
10/27/2022 04:39 PM
Query: 10/27

Adult SFF 94k
09/27/2022 01:46 PM
Email query 8-2-22
email receipt same day
CNR 9/27/22
56 days
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Profile History
Last Update:
01/04/2022 - Changed agencies. Formerly with DeFiore and Company.
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