Ms. Karen Gantz Zahler

Karen Gantz Zahler Literary Agency

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Karen Gantz Zahler

Karen Gantz Zahler Literary Agency

860 Fifth Avenue Suite 7J
New York, NY 10065
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05/10/2021 10:08 AM
11/27/20, (when she was still open to queries) query and proposal sent for 135k true crime/me too memoir, no response.
03/22/2011 04:05 PM
ON 2/7, I've sent her an equery, though she's closed to queries. After her one month response time ended, I've sent her a follow-up. As of today, it's closed.

10/14: 8/26, I queried her. Today I nudged her and got a response. Not for her. Will requery her next month for Venom.
05/28/2010 10:28 PM
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