Ms. Rayhane Sanders

Massie & McQuilkin Literary Agents

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Rayhane Sanders

Massie & McQuilkin Literary Agents

27 West 20th Street, Suite 305
New York, NY 10011
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Literary Fiction
Short Story Collections


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Janet Beard
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04/17/2024 08:56 AM
EQ: Nov 30/23
CNR: Jan/27/24
65k memoir.
03/26/2024 09:45 AM
Query: 11/8/23
Full request: 12/7
Nudge: 3/13
Closed/no reply: 3/26

Agents ghosting on fulls...not great, Bob.
10/28/2023 10:28 AM
CNR @ 121 days
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Patrick (Admin)
10/27/2023 05:23 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
05/26/2023 03:44 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
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10/27/2023 - Open to queries.
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