Ms. Serene Hakim

Ayesha Pande Literary

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Serene Hakim

Ayesha Pande Literary

128 West 132 St
New York, NY 10027
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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Joan Chen Ho
Jean Chen Ho
Hadley Leggett
Kaela Rivera
Author Comments
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11/14/2023 10:52 AM
Query: 8/11/2023
CNR: 11/14/2023
95 days
YA Urban Fantasy/Horror - 64k words
09/27/2023 09:48 AM
Query Submission: 7/21/2023
Closed Due to No Reply: 9/27/2023
68 days
YA Sci-Fi, 90k words
08/15/2023 05:03 AM
July 31 - FQ
August 11 - Full Request

queer spec YA 61k

Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
08/11/2023 06:21 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
07/09/2023 09:03 PM
7/9/23-form query sent

YA contemporary
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Last Update:
08/11/2023 - Closed to queries.
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