Mr. Eric Simonoff

William Morris Endeavor

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Eric Simonoff

William Morris Endeavor

11 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010
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02/24/2024 11:47 PM
EQ: February 24th, 2023

99k Literary
02/08/2024 08:33 PM
Email query sent 12/6/2023
CNR 2/8/2024
105k archaeological adventure / thriller

11/27/2023 08:03 PM
70K Lit Fiction
EQ 11/4

Assuming CNR 11/27
11/16/2023 07:06 AM
EQ: 10/5/23
CNR: 11/16/23

75k YA horror

A total shot in the dark.

10/20/2023 11:01 AM
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Last Update:
07/13/2023 - Open to queries. New email address and website.
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