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Mr. Edward Orloff

McCormick Literary

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Edward Orloff

McCormick Literary

150 West 28th Street, Suite 903
New York, NY 10001
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Current Affairs/Politics
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Known Clients (current & past)
Jace Clayton
Michael Clune
Joshua Cohen
Helen Dewitt
Craig Fehrman
Jon Jon Goulian
Mary H.K. CHOI
Kerry Howley
Daniel Kunitz
Benjamin Lytal
Suzanne Mozes
Nikil Saval
Ted Scheinman
Damion Searls
Matthew Shaer
Roger White
Mary Williams
Emily Witt
Wesley Yang
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10/11/2021 11:07 AM
CNR 100 days
No response to follow up
05/19/2021 04:21 PM
Literary thriller CNR @ 112 days
02/07/2020 10:48 AM
Not a single request logged on QueryTracker.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/09/2020 10:45 AM
Profile Update: New postal address.
03/26/2017 07:31 PM
EQ: 01.16.2017
Literary 100K
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Last Update:
01/09/2020 - New postal address.
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