Mr. Rick Christian

Alive Literary Agency

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Rick Christian

Alive Literary Agency

Colorado Springs, CO
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Billy Graham
Anne Graham Lotz
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Patrick (Admin)
05/02/2024 09:23 AM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website. Thanks withLauraJohnson
05/01/2024 03:26 PM
I do not see him on the Alive Literary website - thanks
Patrick (Admin)
04/16/2008 12:00 PM
From their website: We only consider proposals from authors who are already commercially published (not self-published) or those who are referred to us from an Alive Communications client or close contact.
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05/02/2024 - No longer listed on the agency website.
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