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S2E4 – Jessica Sinsheimer, Literary Agent and Manuscript Wishlist Founder

59:44

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Synopsis: Literary Agent Jessica Sinsheimer joins Harry to discuss the role of the agent in the author’s career, query dos and don’ts, Manuscript Wishlist, her live panel discussion webcast PubTalkTV, and inappropriate chocolates.

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Duration: 59:44:00

Present: Harry C. Marks, Jessica Sinsheimer

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