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Ms. Marya Spence

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

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Marya Spence

Janklow & Nesbit Associates

285 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Pop Culture
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Author Comments
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09/14/2023 02:36 PM
9/14 EQ 75K Lit Novel
02/06/2023 10:31 AM
Three months. Silence. Not showing any interest in new clients.
05/30/2021 03:04 PM
EQ: 5/30 Literary Novel
03/21/2021 10:04 AM
EQ: 3/8/21 Suspense/Thriller
02/07/2021 10:22 AM
EQ: 2/7/21 with first 10 pages and synopsis
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