Ms. Janine Le

Janine Le Literary

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Janine Le

Janine Le Literary

New York, NY
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult


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Patrick (Admin)
07/21/2022 09:45 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries. Thanks erinquill8
07/21/2022 07:45 PM
Based on the QM form, it seems Janine Le is closed to queries right now.
07/14/2022 05:50 PM
FQ: 7/14/2022

YA PNR 99k
07/08/2022 09:46 AM
queried : 7/6
rejection 7/8
ouch but she's open to queries and reading fast.

MG historical Fiction GN - sent pitch package
06/10/2022 05:12 PM
Thanks pacatrue
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07/21/2022 - Closed to queries.
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