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Ms. Amy Stern

Sheldon Fogelman Agency

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Amy Stern

Sheldon Fogelman Agency

10 East 40th Street, Suite 3205
New York, NY 10016
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult


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E Wilson Clark
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Author Comments
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02/15/2023 10:17 AM
EQ: 11/12/22
CNR: 2/15/23

MG Fantasy 64K
02/15/2023 12:02 AM
EQ: 15/02/2023 MG SPEC/MYSTERY 59K
02/06/2023 10:47 AM
Email query: 06/02/23

Queer YA Contemp 61k
01/17/2023 05:47 PM
Email submission with partial (requested from pitch event): 10/19/22
Nudge with Offer: No response

YA Fantasy 75,000 words
10/19/2022 07:20 PM
EQ 10/7/22 to Amy Stern
FR 10/19/22 from Julia Fink, Literary and Foreign Rights Assistant
MG Contemporary 43,000 words
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