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Ms. Anna Sproul-Latimer

Neon Literary

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Anna Sproul-Latimer

Neon Literary

115 W. 29th St., 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10011
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Literary Fiction


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03/04/2024 09:56 AM
Email query 3/4/24
95K literary fiction
02/14/2024 05:30 PM
2/14/24: email query
85k memoir/CNF
06/27/2022 08:23 PM
EQ: 3/7/22
Nudge: 6/14/22
CNR: 6/27/22
05/21/2022 04:52 AM
submitted EQ 89K military/medical memoir

No response after three weeks.
02/09/2022 05:31 PM
Email Query & Manuscript send 2/9/2022
83K Memoir
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