Mr. Dan Conaway

Writers House

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Dan Conaway

Writers House

21 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
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Query Methods
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Postal Mail
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction


True Adventure/Crime
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Author Comments
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04/06/2024 03:42 PM
Email Query sent 2/21/2024
CNR 4/6/2024 (4 weeks = cnr as per email acknowledging receipt)
105k archaeological adventure / thriller

02/16/2024 12:03 PM
Submitted a 99k word suspense novel. Eight days later (2/16/24), I received a kind rejection that he is too over-subscribed to take on anything else at this time.

09/01/2023 04:04 PM
EQ with referral: 6/22
Full sent: 6/22
Extremely kind rejection: 8/20
03/28/2023 02:36 PM
EQ: 3/28/2023
Upmarket Contemporary 72K
10/12/2022 09:05 PM
EQ: 09/22
CNR 10/12

Literary 59K
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