Ms. Laura Biagi

Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency

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Ms. Laura Biagi

Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency

216 East 75th Street
New York, NY 10021


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Sep 16, 2014 5:08 pm, aliciaw said...
That's a good point, Heathertruett!

JustinJoseph: It looks like her requests are in response to a mix of form and email queries. Her explicit rejections are also in response to a mix of form and email queries.
Sep 16, 2014 4:07 pm, JustinJoseph said...
Thanks, heather hopefully I'm in the maybe pile. She's the perfect agent, based on her interview with Amy M. Newman
Sep 16, 2014 3:27 pm, Heathertruett said...
Aliciaw, I looked at that too. My guess is she uses a maybe pile. I have been in a few of those this round of queries.
Sep 16, 2014 12:32 pm, aliciaw said...
Regarding July queries (for JustinJoseph and whoever else is curious):

According to the Data Explorer (only accessible by premium members), Laura requested partials on 7/17 (in response to a 7/9 query) and 7/25 (in response to a 7/25 query), and she requested a full on 7/21 (in response to a 7/10 query). I don't see any other requests in July, but there are some for August and September. Unless she jumps around a lot, my guess is she's moved on past July queries.

She makes very few explicit rejections. My guess is these are in response to special circumstances, like nudges due to offers of rep.

But there's a still a chance because, in August, she requested materials in response to a June query. Another June-query request in September. And a MARCH-query request in August. There are other strange cases like this in her data, but of course, your guess is as good as mine about the circumstances.
Sep 16, 2014 9:37 am, emilyenglish said...
The JVNLA site says "Due to the volume of email we receive, we typically only respond to queries we would like to see more of."

I'll probably mark mine as CNR if I don't hear anything by the end of September.

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