Ms. Maura Kye-Casella

Don Congdon Associates, Inc.

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Maura Kye-Casella

Don Congdon Associates, Inc.

New York, NY
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


Humor/Gift Book
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Author Comments
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06/19/2024 10:41 PM
Sent Email query 04/08/24.
CNR after 72 days 06/19/24.
No confirmation or acknowledgement of query reception.
04/28/2024 07:18 PM
Email Query: 1/24/24
Marked as CNR after 95 days: 4/28/24

63K MG Fantasy
No email confirm received

04/23/2024 01:53 PM
Email Query 4/23-Domestic Thriller
04/04/2024 03:16 PM
Email Query: 9/4/23

60K MG Contemporary
No email confirm received
01/02/2024 08:12 PM
Query on 9/20/24
CNR on 1/2/24
Mystery 84K
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02/04/2021 - Genres updated.
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