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Ms. Laura Nolan

Aevitas Creative Management

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Laura Nolan

Aevitas Creative Management

19 West 21st Street, Suite 501
New York, NY 10010
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10/18/2023 12:38 PM
Agency profile looks like she's only interested in non-fiction.
11/22/2021 10:13 AM
Sent to Will Lippincott who is on the website but not the query site.
09/21/2019 06:46 AM
EQ 6/3/19 (Requery Venom)
CNR 9/3/19 (No word via nudges)
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Patrick (Admin)
02/11/2019 12:01 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
05/11/2017 04:11 PM
Eq via online form 3/126/16 (Venom)
CNR 5/11/17 (No word via nudge.) Will try Erica with Venom or DI this summer.
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02/11/2019 - Genres updated.
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