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Ms. Cindy Uh

Creative Artists Agency

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Cindy Uh

Creative Artists Agency

New York, NY
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General Fiction
Young Adult


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11/30/2023 03:10 PM
got a full request, but she seems slow/sporadic at responding to queries and manuscripts. The CAA is a massive company and she handles important clients so it makes sense.
10/18/2023 05:17 PM
Query: July 20, 2023

Full Request: October 18, 2023

10/09/2023 12:36 PM
Q: 10/9/23

Children's Book Series
09/08/2023 10:02 AM
EQ: 9/5/23
Upmarket fiction, 92k
08/04/2023 11:39 AM
Query: 11/28/22
Request for full: 8/3/23

Upmarket 95k
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03/25/2022 - Open to queries.
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