Ms. Susan Finesman

Fine Literary

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Susan Finesman

Fine Literary

1236 Comstock Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Website:
www.fineliterary.com
Twitter (X):
@susanfinesman
AALA Member:
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
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E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

General Fiction

Non-Fiction

Cookbook
Food/Lifestyle
General Non-Fiction
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Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
07/18/2023 09:58 AM
Profile Update: New email address. Thanks richcapo
richcapo
07/17/2023 03:46 PM
Email address listed above is defunct. Per her website, use Susan@FineLiterary.com.
Catsamoa79
07/12/2023 10:22 AM
EQ: 3/2/23
CNR: 7/12/23
tierra
09/23/2022 10:28 PM
Query 9/2/22
CNR @ 21 days 9/23/22
thamnosma
04/19/2022 06:12 PM
Submitted EQ 4/19/2022
Memoir 83K
Wants Q letter, synopsis and some info on target audience.
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Last Update:
07/18/2023 - New email address.
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