Ms. Arielle Datz

Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary Agency

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Arielle Datz

Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary Agency

27 West 20th Street, Suite 1107
New York, NY 10011
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
  • Middle Grade, Literary
Young Adult
  • Young Adult, Literary


Cultural/Social Issues
Pop Culture
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Mark Rader
M.L. Rio
Wade Albert White
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01/23/2024 10:32 AM
CNR 1/23/24
01/12/2024 09:00 AM
Query - 01/11/2024

Note - confirmation email ended up in the spam folder. The email states that 6 weeks no response means a No, just a heads up as I see some people waited quite a long time to CNR

01/04/2024 02:53 PM
06/06/2023 Queried
CNR 01/04/2024
12/22/2023 11:08 PM
12/1 query
12/10 full
12/19 rejection
Quick, clear, though disappointing process

08/20/2023 08:28 PM
adult uf/pnr

Q: 07/26/2023
X: 08/17/2023
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