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Casey Woodworth Literary Agent was a literary agent with the Loose Leaf Literary Agency. She is no longer an agent. She co-founded Loose Leaf Literary Agency in June 2012, in Portland, Oregon. Literary Agent Casey Woodworth was on our list of Publishing Agents Oregon...read more
Michael Sterling Literary Agent was a literary agent with Folio Literary Management. He is no longer an agent. He is now a software engineer with VenueNext. Literary Agent Michael Sterling joined Folio Literary Management in 2011. Prior to that he worked at Habitus: A...read more
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