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Ms. Liz Darhansoff

Darhansoff & Verrill Literary Agents

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Liz Darhansoff

Darhansoff & Verrill Literary Agents

133 West 72nd St. #304
New York, NY 10023
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Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Larry Brown
Lisa Grunwald
Paulette Jiles
Jan Karon
Nanci Kincaid
Stephen King
David Liss
Robert Morgan
Annie Proulx
Lee Smith
Neal Stephenson
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Patrick (Admin)
10/10/2023 10:01 AM
SamyakMohanty, their website is currently down so I can't check.
10/10/2023 07:36 AM
@patrick is she open to queries?
09/07/2022 11:24 AM
EQ: 6/18/22
CNR: 9/7/22
08/31/2022 06:18 PM
Sent 8-31-2022
07/02/2022 03:04 PM
EQ 3/12/22, memoir, 88K words
CNR 5/14/22

pitched revised ms, now 84K and new title, on 5/14/22 CNR 7/2/22
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