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Ms. Sarah Gerton

New Leaf Literary & Media

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Sarah Gerton

New Leaf Literary & Media

New York, NY
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Middle Grade
Science Fiction
Young Adult


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09/06/2023 09:27 AM
EQ: 9/6/23

MG Con 57k
05/25/2023 12:13 PM
EQ: 3/29/2023
CNR: 5/25/2023

100k Sci Fi
05/25/2023 06:58 AM
queried 3/31/23
withdrew 5/16/23 based on them dropping clients.
05/14/2023 05:20 PM
Warning: New Leaf regularly mass drops clients with no warning. It's happened multiple times in 2023 and in multiple years prior. If you are not a well established author with an incredible sales record, reconsider querying them.
04/30/2023 12:28 PM
4/30/23 - EQ re: Moody's Bluff - YA 54K. Received auto-response of receipt.
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Last Update:
11/18/2022 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Curtis Brown.
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