Ms. Beth Miller

Writers House

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Beth Miller

Writers House

21 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Author Comments
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08/25/2023 07:49 PM
I don't see her on the Writers House website anymore--maybe she left?
06/27/2022 04:04 PM
1/13 Email sent
3/25 Full request
6/27 Form Rejection
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
05/23/2022 07:42 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
04/29/2022 04:02 PM
Email Query: 01/23/22
Full Request: 04/03/22

Contemporary Romance
77,000 words
04/19/2022 04:26 PM
Query: 04/01/22
Form rejection: 04/19/22

Her form letter was very nice. She seems lovely.

LGBT/Modern fantasy 110k words
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05/23/2022 - Closed to queries.
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