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Ms. Amy Hughes

Amy Hughes Agency

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Amy Hughes

Amy Hughes Agency

New York, NY
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Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Current Affairs/Politics
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Known Clients (current & past)
Janell Burley Hofmann
Hannah Dela Cruz Abrams
George Hodgman
David Rubel
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11/27/2023 09:16 PM
Query by email 10/22/23
Nudged 11/27/23
Memoir 75k words
04/25/2023 12:47 PM
Query Letter by email - 4/25/2023 - Memoir 67K words
03/19/2023 01:43 PM
Query Letter by email - 3/19/2023 - Narrative NF/Bio/History - 35500 wds
11/29/2022 11:48 AM
Query 11/29/22
Historical fiction, 85,000 WC
10/07/2022 08:29 AM
EQ 8/23/22
Memoir 89K
closed query, no response
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Last Update:
11/03/2021 - Open to queries.
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