Mr. John Maas

Park & Fine Literary and Media

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John Maas

Park & Fine Literary and Media

55 Broadway, Suite 1601
New York, NY 10006
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Website:
parkfine.com
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Business/Finance
Food/Lifestyle
Health/Fitness
Science/Technology
Self-Help
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TooMuchCoffeeMan
03/19/2022 11:37 AM
CNR @ 89 days.
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Patrick (Admin)
01/14/2019 06:47 PM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with Sterling Lord Literistic.
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Patrick (Admin)
11/29/2018 08:09 AM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website.
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Patrick (Admin)
07/07/2016 08:36 AM
Profile Update: New postal address.
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Last Update:
01/14/2019 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Sterling Lord Literistic.
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