Ms. Rachael Dillon Fried

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

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Rachael Dillon Fried

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

55 Fifth Avenue, 15th floor
New York, NY 10003
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


Humor/Gift Book
Pop Culture
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05/24/2023 06:48 AM
EQ: 29 Mar 2023
Commercial Women's Fiction 99k
24 May 2023 CNR Gee, didn't see that coming.
01/14/2023 08:48 AM
CNR 59 days - women's fiction
01/12/2023 10:51 AM
EQ: 1/12/23

Upmarket 85K
12/09/2022 07:44 AM
9Dec22: EM query
Misspelled the agent's name. Dyslexia strikes again. Wrote to apologize immediately. But still, NUTS.
11/30/2022 05:36 PM
EQ: 9/14/22 Narrative Non FIction/True Crime
CNR: 11/30/22
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