Ms. Rachel Mann

Creative Artists Agency

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Changed agencies. Formerly with Jo Unwin Literary.

Rachel Mann

Creative Artists Agency

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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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04/08/2024 07:29 AM
@the_new_kid this is taken off her recent Twitter post:

Send a cover letter, short synopsis & the first three chapters for my attention to
04/08/2024 04:55 AM
can someone share her email for submission?
04/04/2024 08:33 AM
EQ: 4/4/24

MG Con 55k
04/04/2024 05:52 AM
She’s just posted on Twitter that she’s open to new submissions and has included a MSWL
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Patrick (Admin)
11/22/2023 02:24 PM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with Jo Unwin Literary. Further details not yet available.
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11/22/2023 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Jo Unwin Literary.
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