Ms. Sally Wofford-Girand

Union Literary

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Sally Wofford-Girand

Union Literary

30 Vandam Street, Suite 5A
New York, NY 10013
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Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Women's Issues
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Steven Arntson
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03/08/2024 03:12 PM
EQ: 11/9/2023
CNR 3/8/2024
105K archaeological adventure/thriller

11/27/2023 11:01 AM
11/11/23 in person pitch at Kauai Writers Conf.; requested partial
10/26/2023 08:47 PM
EQ 75K Literary fiction
CNR at 30 days

Heard she’s only open to referrals

09/05/2023 04:30 PM
Queried in person: 6/1/23.
Pages and synopsis requested. Friendly and professional.

Nudged: 8/2/23

Marking this as CNR: 9/5/23
05/10/2022 02:39 PM
EQ 5/10/22

memoir 84K
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