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Mr. Ron Eckel

Cooke McDermid Literary Agency

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Ron Eckel

Cooke McDermid Literary Agency

1105-320 Front St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 3B6
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Science Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Current Affairs/Politics
Humor/Gift Book
Pop Culture
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10/31/2023 08:26 PM
QM Query: 10/2/23

Romantic Military Sci-Fi, @120k
09/26/2023 03:35 AM
Queried: 5/29/23
CNR: 9/26/23

70k horror/short story collection
07/24/2023 02:57 PM
FQ: 07/24/23
Adult Sci-Fi/ 174K
07/12/2023 12:17 PM
FQ: 3/31/23
CNR: 7/12/23

Adult Sci-Fi / 97k

Gave it 15 weeks and marking this as CNR.
05/03/2023 02:44 PM
EQ: 02/27/23 adult sci-fi 76k
CNR: 05/03/23
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02/22/2023 - Open to queries.
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