Ms. Linda Epstein

Emerald City Literary Agency

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Linda Epstein

Emerald City Literary Agency

718 Griffin Ave, #195
Enumclaw, WA 98022
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult


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Known Clients (current & past)
Carrie Finison
M-E Girard
Damien Walters Grintalis
Ruth Horowitz
Elaine Kiely Kearns
Bill Konigsberg
Susan Lubner
Joe McGee
Jodi McKay
Miriam McNamara
Jessica Rinker
Rl Saunders
Natasha Sinel
Katherine Sparrow
Tanya Valentine
Nicole Valentine
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08/17/2021 02:47 AM
FQ: 5/8
ER: 8/16

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Patrick (Admin)
06/01/2021 06:00 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
05/26/2021 11:31 AM
EQ: 5/24/21
ER: 5/26/21
05/19/2021 04:47 PM
FQ: 5/1/21 --> PB at 450 words
FR: 5/19/21
05/14/2021 11:14 AM
EQ 5/12/21
ER 5/14/21
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06/01/2021 - Closed to queries.
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