Ms. Sarah Smith

David Black Literary Agency

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Sarah Smith

David Black Literary Agency

335 Adams Street, Suite 2707
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Website:
www.davidblackagency.com/
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

none

Non-Fiction

Biography
Food/Lifestyle
History
Memoir
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Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/03/2023 09:51 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
KenKirk
09/16/2022 05:41 AM
https://www.davidblackagency.com/sarah-smith
As per her web page, above, she is not accepting fiction queries at the moment.
"Sarah represents award-winning and best-selling nonfiction."
Toniaann
06/24/2022 03:33 PM
Sent 06/24 to David Black Agency
MSGTAV
01/29/2022 05:20 PM
EQ 29 Jan 22 Lit Fiction 100,000 words
Maranda
06/10/2021 03:44 PM
EQ:6/10/21
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01/03/2023 - Closed to queries.
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