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Mr. Ed Wilson

Johnson & Alcock Ltd

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Ed Wilson

Johnson & Alcock Ltd

Bloomsbury House, 74-77 Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DA
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Literary Fiction
Science Fiction


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Rj Barker
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11/29/2023 04:19 AM
EQ 18/09/2023 (dd/mm/yyyy) Adult SF 80K
CNR 29/11/2023 after 72 days

From the reports here, this agent typically doesn't respond to rejections so I'll assume this is a bust.
Patrick (Admin)
11/21/2023 11:43 AM
Thanks TimCon
11/21/2023 07:26 AM
Despite the data shown on QueryTracker, they do NOT accept postal submissions.
10/17/2023 08:27 AM
Q 10/17 Speculative Fiction
09/03/2023 11:06 AM
Q: 8/15
Notification of Offer: 9/3
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05/05/2023 - Genres updated.
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