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Ms. Louise Lamont

Luigi Bonomi Associates Ltd

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Louise Lamont

Luigi Bonomi Associates Ltd

91 Great Russell Street,
London WC1B 3PS
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Author/Illustrator
  • Picture Book, Illustrator
Young Adult


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10/08/2023 12:05 PM
EQ: 7/27/23
CNR: 10/8/23

MG Con 57k

08/09/2023 10:23 PM
EQ: 8/9/23
40k MG contemporary
04/19/2021 02:44 PM
EQ: January 12th, 2021
CNR: April 19th, 2021

YA Contemporary Romance 79k
02/24/2021 08:51 AM
Submitted fantasy/crime August 2020, sent nudge in December. Never heard back.
07/21/2019 10:29 AM
EQ: 21/7/2019

YA Fantasy 93K
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