Ms. Lisa Gallagher

DeFiore and Company

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Lisa Gallagher

DeFiore and Company

47 East 19th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003
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Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


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Author Comments
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03/05/2024 01:23 PM
3/5/24 EQ with full manuscript per submission guidelines (but that sure feels weird to do!)
02/11/2024 05:07 PM
Or try Adam Schere again
01/02/2024 08:11 PM
Query on 9/20/24
CNR on 1/2/24
Mystery 84K
10/27/2023 09:00 AM
Query Submitted: 09/08/2023
CNR: 10/27/2023
Psychological Thriller 94k words
03/01/2023 05:10 PM
EQ: 13/1/2023 65 k memoir
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