Ms. Jenny Stephens

Sterling Lord Literistic

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Jenny Stephens

Sterling Lord Literistic

115 Broadway, Suite 1602
New York, NY 10006
Website:
www.sll.com/
AALA Member:
No
Query Methods
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Postal Mail
Online Form [Go To Form]
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Literary Fiction

Non-Fiction

Business/Finance
Cookbook
Cultural/Social Issues
Food/Lifestyle
History
Nature/Ecology
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TooMuchCoffeeMan
12/21/2021 10:58 PM
Sent form but no confirmation of receipt.
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Patrick (Admin)
09/25/2020 05:27 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
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Patrick (Admin)
08/13/2019 12:00 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
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Patrick (Admin)
12/09/2018 01:10 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
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Patrick (Admin)
07/07/2016 08:36 AM
Profile Update: New postal address.
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Last Update:
09/25/2020 - Genres updated.
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