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Mr. Rob Arnold

Aevitas Creative Management

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Rob Arnold

Aevitas Creative Management

Boston, MA
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Literary Fiction
Short Story Collections


Cultural/Social Issues
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06/26/2020 07:55 PM
EQ Sent to other agent: 6/1/20
EQ forwarded to this agent: 6/3/20
Proposal Request: 6/3/20
Offer of representation 6/26/20
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
08/30/2019 07:58 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
08/24/2019 09:16 PM
EQ 7-7-19
CNR 7-21-19
05/11/2019 04:17 AM
Submitted Query 4/1/2019
Rejected without reading summary 5/10/2019
03/08/2019 01:33 PM
EQ: 3/8/219: Graphic Memoir.
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08/30/2019 - Closed to queries.
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