Mr. John Brockman

Brockman, Inc.

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John Brockman

Brockman, Inc.

5 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022
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01/10/2008 12:00 PM
When I called to confirm information, I spoke with Katinka Matson, who asked that I send her an e-mail query. I'm pretty sure I said it was for a work of fiction. Unfortunately, I did not get a response and went ahead and checked in. I got the following response almost immediately from Matson:

"Apologies if we haven't responded. We do not handle fiction, so this would not be for us.

Best of luck.

-Katinka Matson"
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