Ms. Lindsay Leggett

The Rights Factory

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Lindsay Leggett

The Rights Factory

Toronto, ON
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
New Adult
Science Fiction
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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AJ Celis
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Christianna Marks
Morgan K Smith
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04/19/2024 08:08 PM
Pitched in person at the Toronto Writing Workshop; emailed partial as requested: 4/6/2024

79K Adult Fantasy
Patrick (Admin)
05/03/2022 08:39 PM
Thanks angelsteele
05/03/2022 08:15 PM
It seems her Twitter link is either incorrect or her twitter is no longer active.
08/25/2019 07:14 AM
EQ 6/10/19 (Venom)
ER 8/19/10 (Passed via two nudges--not right fit)
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Patrick (Admin)
08/14/2019 07:21 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
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08/14/2019 - Closed to queries.
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