Ms. Lara Perkins

Andrea Brown Literary Agency

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Lara Perkins

Andrea Brown Literary Agency

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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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Tracy Barrett
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Emily Martin
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Author Comments
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04/28/2023 09:29 PM
4/22/23 - QM re: Moody's Bluff - YA 54K. Auto-response of receipt.
4/28/23 - form rejection

Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
04/14/2023 08:28 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries. Genres updated.
10/11/2022 09:19 PM
Just listened to Jennifer Laughran's podcast (Literaticast) and it said that we can NOW query more than one agent at their agency. Just a three agent limit. Yeah, man!
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
03/05/2020 07:58 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
03/05/2020 07:36 PM
EFormQ - 02/22/2020
ER - 03/05/2020
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MG 49K
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Last Update:
04/14/2023 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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