Ms. Taylor Martindale Kean

Full Circle Literary, LLC

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Taylor Martindale Kean

Full Circle Literary, LLC

San Diego, CA
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Illustrator


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12/16/2022 09:09 AM
"TAYLOR’S WISH LIST – currently open to illustration submissions only"
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Patrick (Admin)
12/14/2022 06:56 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated. Thanks smjekw
12/14/2022 06:32 PM
Per the website and her QM form, she's only open to illustrators, but she is listed here as being open to MG.
09/22/2022 11:04 PM
Closed to submissions
09/15/2022 06:23 PM
Queried on a MS in June 2019, just got a reply on 9/15/22 -- 1,194 days later. This is a record for me!
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12/14/2022 - Genres updated.
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