Ms. Sarah Bolling

The Gernert Company

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Sarah Bolling

The Gernert Company

136 East 57th Street, 18th floor
New York, NY 10022
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Website:
www.thegernertco.com
Twitter (X):
@litboll
AALA Member:
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

LGBTQ+
Literary Fiction
Multicultural

Non-Fiction

Memoir
Pop Culture
Psychology
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Known Clients (current & past)
Rax King
Megha Majumdar
Vanessa Veselka
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
motherlandmom
12/01/2023 09:10 AM
1/12 : Name gone from agency website.

https://www.thegernertco.com/our-team
ilikecoffee
03/22/2023 04:09 PM
EQ 3/20/23
Personalized response that she's not taking on new clients 3/22/23, referred me to Nora Gonzalez and Meredith Kaffel Simonoff at same agency.
overallcheck
07/07/2022 09:02 PM
EQ 12/26/2021
CNR 7/7/2022
92K YA contemporary
jchsyu
06/08/2022 11:45 AM
EQ: 04/27/22
CNR: 06/08/22 (per website guidelines)

epic fantasy, 101K
messyf
04/30/2022 04:19 PM
Query 4/30/22
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