Susan Graham

Einstein Literary Management

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Susan Graham

Einstein Literary Management

27 West 20th Street #1003
New York, NY 10011
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Middle Grade
Picture Book
Science Fiction
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Ashanti Fortson
Isabelle Melançon
Author Comments
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02/13/2024 11:01 AM
EQ: Oct 27 '23
CNR: Feb 13, '24

Says to CNR after 6 weeks, I gave it some more time.

Adult Spec, 77k

10/12/2023 12:12 PM
EQ: 8/7/23
CNR: 10/12/23 (per submission guidelines)

MG Con 57k

09/25/2023 08:12 AM
Queried 9/25/2023 Adult Speculative Fiction 83K
09/03/2023 11:12 AM
Q: 8/23
Notification of Offer: 9/3
06/28/2023 01:11 PM
EQ: 5/5/23
CNR: 6/28/23

Adult Sci-Fi / 97k

Gave it over 6 wks and marking this as CNR
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Last Update:
09/16/2021 - Open to queries.
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