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Winners Announced! Agent Regina Brooks Names Her Contest Winners

Apologies for the delay in announcing winners, but agent judge Regina Brooks of Serendipity Literary recently wrapped up our fourth "Dear Lucky Agent" Contest on the GLA blog and has picked her three winners. The winners (listed below) receive a free year of WritersMarket.com access as well as a critique on their first 10 pages from Regina.

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WINNERS (IN NO ORDER)

Katherine Higgs-Coulthard: "Chicken Soup for the Social Outcast"

Katharina Gerlach: "Thicker Than Water"

Buffy Andrews: "Dance"

MEET YOUR (AWESOME) JUDGE!

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Regina Brooks is the founder of Serendipity
Literary in Brooklyn. She has edited,
written and agented books. She is the
author of Writing Great Books for Young Adults.


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