I'm very proud to represent Curtis Brown's historic clients, from modern classics to classic British crime, and from poetry and criticism to true-life adventure.
I'm also building a list of living writers, and my taste spans international literary, historical and crime fiction, and non-fiction that has something smart and unusual to say about the world, particularly about food, landscapes and technology.
RT @TisMeLeeSE: Welling, Kent. Surely the only UK fish & chip shop named after a J.B. Priestley novel. Unless listeners of @BacklistedPod k…
This essay by @ashleigh_young is beautiful and important. If you write, read it. “Living as a writer, living at… https://t.co/EgdUVSe1jw
RT @BacklistedPod: The book we'll be discussing on the next episode is James Hilton's mystical, mythical and occasionally musical Lost Hori…