Ms. Kristin van Ogtrop

InkWell Management

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Kristin van Ogtrop

InkWell Management

521 Fifth Avenue, Ste 2600
New York, NY 10175
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Website:
www.inkwellmanagement.com
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Literary Fiction

Non-Fiction

Food/Lifestyle
General Non-Fiction
Memoir
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Patrick (Admin)
05/11/2022 02:21 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
EddieLane
01/24/2021 11:26 PM
EQ: 01/24/2021

Adult historic/fairytale retelling. 55k
ashleigh
03/25/2020 12:59 PM
EQ 2/25/2020
FR 3/2/2020

Memoir 94k words
Catsamoa79
02/05/2019 09:22 AM
EQ: 11/18/18
CNR: 2/5/19
jeeje2u
01/28/2019 03:05 PM
EQ 12/11/18
CNR 1/28/19
84k women's fiction
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05/11/2022 - Genres updated.
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