Ms. Jane Rotrosen

Jane Rotrosen Agency

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Jane Rotrosen

Jane Rotrosen Agency

318 E 51st Street
New York, NY 10022
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Closed to Unsolicited Queries
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Chick Lit
Women's Fiction


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Patrick (Admin)
08/08/2015 02:13 PM
Profile Update: New postal address.
06/27/2011 04:12 PM
Chessie, that's interesting. I did query Jane on 6/21 and heard back from her today. It's the same post card rejection as the others: "not right for us." Will try Kelly Harms next month.
01/27/2011 05:32 PM
Even though Jane Rotrosen does not accept unsolicited queries, this agency is open to submissions. According to their website, several of the agents are currently open to submissions, even though it says here they are not.
11/10/2010 08:54 PM
a little preprinted card
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- New postal address.
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