I represent a range of authors, from award-winning novelists to writers of quality non-fiction and popular fiction bestsellers, from literary fiction to crime and thrillers.
In fiction I am drawn to great storytelling, excellent prose and original ideas. I enjoy high-end historical fiction, suspense, social observation, unusual points of view and atmospheric settings. I like championing novels which challenge as well as entertain.
My non-fiction clients include thinkers, nature writers, journalists, historians, human rights activists, campaigners, artists and people who excel in their field of expertise and want to share their experiences.
There is an international dimension to my list as many of my clients’ work appeals to audiences around the world.
Before joining Curtis Brown, I was an agent at International Creative Management, working in the book and film departments. I've been shortlisted for Agent of the Year at the Bookseller British Book Industry Awards.
My assistant is Lucy Morris.
Ben Fergusson, Emma Healey and Simon Wroe shortlisted for Betty Trask Prize
Emma Healey shortlisted for Desmond Elliott Prize
Four authors on Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award shortlist
Lynsey Addario and Malala Yousafzai among 50 ‘Women of Impact’
Anthony Doerr wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
RT @jonathanshainin: Truly astonishing @declanwalsh story on a hi-tech Pakistani diploma mill. http://t.co/hpV9MteD47
@LDNCalling er? Not sure why you'd send this comment to me. Not relevant to the piece if you've read it.
Spot on, @edcaesar ! Billionaire basement digging in London: 'architectural embodiment of an offshore account' http://t.co/QVrdyCnuDg