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Mr. Chris Clemans

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

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Chris Clemans

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

285 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
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Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
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Shastri Amelia
Phillip Lewis
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09/08/2023 10:10 AM
EQ: 9/5/23
Upmarket fiction, 92k
09/06/2022 09:06 AM
EQ: 5/16/22
Nudge: 8/15/22
CNR: 9/6/22

LGBT Literary Fiction
06/01/2021 12:46 PM
Literary thriller CNR @ 63 days
10/08/2019 10:05 AM
EQ: 10/8/19 (88k, literary fiction)
05/26/2018 08:42 PM
EQ: 5/10

Based on the responses below, even tho it's too early to CNR, gonna CNR.
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- Changed Agencies. Formerly with The Clegg Agency.
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