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Ms. Stephanie Steiker

Regal Hoffmann & Associates

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Stephanie Steiker

Regal Hoffmann & Associates

143 West 29th Street, Suite 901
New York, NY 10001
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
Current Affairs/Politics
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08/16/2023 05:59 AM
Q 8/12/23

R 8/14/23

Adult fantasy

Thanks for the quick response
06/04/2021 03:31 PM
Adult/YA graphic novel CNR @ 62 days
04/22/2021 09:17 AM
Query and proposal sent 4/22/21, 135k true crime/me too memoir. (I have submitted to her associate Grace A. Ross, who has left the agency, but never heard from her, so decided to resubmit.)
Patrick (Admin)
07/28/2020 06:44 PM
Thanks Pyrrhonist
07/28/2020 02:29 PM
Agency website is missing from Main. It is
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Last Update:
06/19/2019 - No longer using Submittable for queries.
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