Mr. Christopher Schelling

Selectric Artists

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Christopher Schelling

Selectric Artists

56 Planetarium Station
New York, NY 10024
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Graphic Novel
Literary Fiction


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03/14/2024 03:47 PM
Email query 3/9/24
57K climate fiction
03/05/2024 10:21 AM
Email query 3/5/24
95K literary fiction
10/30/2023 03:52 PM
10/23 -- Email query
10/30 --Personalized, kind rejection that commented on both my worldbuilding and writing.
10/26/2023 04:32 PM
They want the query letter with the entire manuscript?? That's odd..
10/23/2023 03:13 PM
EQ: 10/23/23

93k YA Fantasy
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10/23/2023 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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