Mr. Adam Eaglin

The Cheney Agency

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Adam Eaglin

The Cheney Agency

39 West 14th Street, Suite 403
New York, NY 10011
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Website:
cheneyagency.com
AALA Member:
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Query Methods
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Postal Mail
E-Mail
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Literary Fiction

Non-Fiction

Biography
Current Affairs/Politics
History
Memoir
Science/Technology
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Known Clients (current & past)
Jennine Capo Crucet
Thea Goodman
Author Comments
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rickpryll
08/06/2020 08:03 AM
EQ 8/6/2020
110K Literary Fiction
deirdrefagan
07/30/2020 11:50 AM
EQ: 7/30/20
Memoir, 85K
jsk_31
01/29/2019 03:43 PM
EQ 1/29/19, literary fiction 74,500 words
no auto-response
jjdean211
01/26/2019 07:58 AM
EQ
Dancing on Seaside
Lit fic, 101k
CNR
jjdean211
11/10/2018 08:33 AM
I never send attachments unless specifically requested.Paste in chapter...follow website guidelines. If they have an issue with that you can just direct them to their own guidelines. Good luck!
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- New website and email address.
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