Mr. Alex Glass

Glass Literary Management

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Alex Glass

Glass Literary Management

138 West 25th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10001
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Query Methods
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Online Form [Go To Form]
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Family Saga
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Young Adult


Pop Culture
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Known Clients (current & past)
Mark Bavaro
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Maggie Estep
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Courtney Sheinmel
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Author Comments
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04/11/2024 07:47 AM
Queried via online form 2024-04-03
Form rejection 2024-04-10

03/27/2024 12:10 PM
Upmarket. Form rejection (same wording as others below) from Emesa Melki on behalf of Alex
03/19/2024 06:38 PM
Form rejection from assistant.
03/18/2024 01:02 PM
upper mg horror

Q 3-1-24
X 3-18-24
02/05/2024 03:19 PM
MG Horror 37k

Queried through their website's online form 1/27/24
Rejected 2/5/24

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Last Update:
11/26/2023 - Now using a query form.
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