Ms. Lilly Ghahremani

Full Circle Literary, LLC

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Lilly Ghahremani

Full Circle Literary, LLC

San Diego, CA
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Illustrator


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Caroline Blakemore
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05/08/2024 10:02 AM
Lilly is open to Illustrator submissions only at this time, via QueryManager link below.
12/26/2023 08:13 PM
Queried 12/26/23
370-word picture book
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Patrick (Admin)
08/22/2023 10:35 AM
Profile Update: Open to queries. Genres updated. Thanks Arizona6
08/22/2023 07:40 AM
Website and QM form says she's open.
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Patrick (Admin)
09/14/2020 03:11 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
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08/22/2023 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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