Ms. June Clark

FinePrint Literary Management

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June Clark

FinePrint Literary Management

207 W. 106th St., Suite 1D
New York, NY 10025
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This agent is seeking the following genres:




Pop Culture
Women's Issues
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Known Clients (current & past)
John Patrick Bray
Cheryl Charming
Tara Delaney
Ray Morton
John Kenneth Muir
Nicholas Nigro
Vicky Oliver
Stephen Tropiano
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Patrick (Admin)
03/16/2019 01:58 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries. (Thanks Pyrrhonist)
03/15/2019 08:34 PM
According to "June is not currently seeking new clients"
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Patrick (Admin)
04/12/2017 08:49 AM
Profile Update: This agent reviewed and approved her listing.
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Patrick (Admin)
04/12/2017 08:49 AM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
07/16/2014 01:51 PM
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03/16/2019 - Closed to queries.
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