Mr. Haskell Nussbaum

The Rights Factory

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Haskell Nussbaum

The Rights Factory

PO Box 499, Station C
Toronto, ON M6J 3P6
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Literary Fiction


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11/27/2021 12:37 PM
CNR 92 days
No response.
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Patrick (Admin)
10/30/2019 11:08 AM
Profile Update: No longer taking form queries. Switched back to email queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
03/19/2019 03:51 PM
Profile Update: New online query form.
03/21/2018 06:30 PM
What do they mean "game the system" in their submissions form? Sounds pretty ominous.
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Patrick (Admin)
12/27/2013 12:32 PM
Profile Update: Now taking email queries.
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10/30/2019 - No longer taking form queries. Switched back to email queries.
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