Ms. Brenna English-Loeb

Transatlantic Literary Agency

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Brenna English-Loeb

Transatlantic Literary Agency

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06/14/2024 08:52 AM
EQ: 14th June 2024

87k Adult horror
06/14/2024 07:00 AM
Just saw she reopened to fiction. This agent is near the top of my fit-list so fingers-crossed!

Q: 14/6/24 - Adult Horror 70k
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06/13/2024 04:33 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
06/11/2024 11:07 PM
90k fantasy, CNR after eight weeks as per initial form response
05/29/2024 03:39 PM
She just offered rep to someone (5/23/24) and took fiction out of her genres list so... I'm gonna close this one out.

submitted 5/23/24
74k fairytale retelling/dark fantasy
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06/13/2024 - Genres updated.
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