Ms. Tracy Fisher

William Morris Endeavor

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Tracy Fisher

William Morris Endeavor

New York, NY
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction


True Adventure/Crime
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Tom Clancy
Joy Fielding
Ken Grimwood
William Melvin Kelley
Amy Sedaris
Betty Smith
Quentin Tarantino
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Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
07/13/2023 11:46 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
08/09/2022 03:29 PM
EQ: 8/9/22 Narrative Non-Fiction/True Crime
07/26/2022 01:47 PM
EQ: 4/18/22
Nudge: 7/18/22
CNR: 7/26/22
08/16/2020 04:57 PM
5/27/20 EQ re: THE KNOTTED GUN - thriller/suspense
8/16/20: CNR
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
07/31/2020 07:42 PM
Profile Update: New email address. Thanks KarinJane
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Last Update:
07/13/2023 - Closed to queries.
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