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Mr. Stephen Fraser

Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency

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Stephen Fraser

Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency

245 Park Avenue, 39th Floor
New York, NY 10167
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult


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Author Comments
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09/04/2023 08:10 PM
@adventuresparenting, yeah I never heard back from him re a full or a follow up on it.
07/23/2023 06:57 PM
Stephen requested more work in March and he said he'd get in contact soon. Four months later I followed up and he did not respond. Come to find out, he rarely follows up on requests and has been known to ghost writers after asking for additional work.
05/24/2023 11:32 AM
Similar confusion with what to sub to this agent as below. Though not listed here on QT, his profile on the agency's website lists more interests than here, including adult fic. So I went ahead and queried him but was rejected with him saying, "Thanks, but I work primarily on children's books." Frustrating to have the agency's website be inaccurate.
04/10/2023 06:30 PM
EQ: 4/10/23
MG Historical Fiction 60k
03/24/2023 08:06 AM
Very quick response (less than 15 minues). Stephen wrote: Thanks. I'm not interested in horror. A bit confused as I have a gothic horror which surrounds a ghost story which Stephen states he would be interested in: A good mystery perhaps, a ghost story, some poetry, something with a bit of theater. Something to dazzle me. Still, it was a quick turnaround - even if it has left me wondering whether I should perhaps change the genre of my novel to paranormal or supernatural.
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