A fresh, young, boutique literary agency, representing a range of fiction and non-fiction authors and always looking for exciting and original new talent to join us. To find out more about our submissions click here, to find out more about us click here.

Our authors include:

ED photo 1 alt2 hi resaltsmEdward Brooke-Hitching is the author of Fox Tossing, Octopus Wrestling and Other Forgotten Sports and The Phantom Atlas: The Greatest Myths, Lies and Blunders on Maps, which Simon & Schuster publish in November 2016. He is an award-winning documentary director whose films examine the eccentric side of British life, such as life-saving window-cleaners and the world’s worst orchestra. The son of an antiquarian book dealer, he worked for an ice cream factory, a newspaper, a care home and a theatre before gaining a degree in Film from the University of Exeter and entering film and television production. He lives in London.
Theodore Brun studied Dark Age archaeology at Cambridge, where he graduated with a BA in Archaeology and Anthropology and an MPhil in History. He also rowed in the Boat Race for the university. Professionally, Theodore qualified and worked as an arbitration lawyer, in London, Moscow, Paris and finally Hong Kong. In 2010, he quit his job in Hong Kong and cycled 10,000 miles across the whole of Asia and Europe (crossing 20 countries) to his home in Norfolk. Theodore is a third generation Viking immigrant – his Danish grandfather having settled in England in 1932. He is married and divides his time between London and Norfolk. A Mighty Dawn is his first novel.
Andrea Busfield was born in Warrington in the north of England. A journalist for 15 years, she worked for The Sun and the News of the World before joining NATO in Afghanistan, where she wrote her debut novel Born Under a Million Shadows. Today, Andrea lives in Cyprus where she writes full-time (or watches Vikings on the History Channel). She has three dogs – Blister, Alfie and Disco – and a thoroughbred stallion named Achilles.
Jen Campbell

Jen Campbell

Jen Campbell is a best-selling author and award-winning poet. Her debut short story collection The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night is published by Two Roads and her children’s picture book Franklin’s Flying Bookshop, illustrated by Katie Harnett, is published by Thames & Hudson. She is also the author of the best-selling Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops series and The Bookshop Book. Her poetry collection The Hungry Ghost Festival is published by The Rialto, and she received an Eric Gregory Award in 2016. She talks about books at www.youtube.com/jenvcampbell and is currently a judge for the Somerset Maugham Award.

Whilst working as a chef, Bonnie came up with the idea for Miso Tasty when she was 24. “I wanted to create tasty products that were inspired by the flavours I loved. What I thought would take me a few months to complete… turned into several years! It took over 65 manufacturing trials across the world before we found the right partners in Japan, making over 2 tonnes of miso before we finalized our recipes.”
In 2014, after three years of development, Miso Tasty finally launched and Bonnie’s first cookbook was published by Pavilion in 2016.
Mark Forsyth

Mark Forsyth

Mark Forsyth is a writer whose books have made him one of the UK’s best- known commentators on words and the English language. The Etymologicon was a Sunday Times #1 Bestseller and BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week, as was his second book The Horologicon. His new book A Christmas Cornucopia will be published by Viking in November 2016. He writes the Inky Fool blog and has contributed articles to the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Spectator, New York Times and Wall Street Journal among others. He lives in Clerkenwell, London.

Rebecca Front

Rebecca Front

Rebecca Front is a BAFTA-winning actress and writer. She is best known for her work in such series as The Thick of It (in which she played Nicola Murray MP), The Day Today, Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, Nighty Night, Lewis and Psychobitches. She has also written extensively. Her columns have often appeared in the Guardian, Independent and many other publications; and she and her brother Jeremy write and star in BBC Radio 4’s Incredible Women. Born in East London, she read English at St. Hugh’s College, Oxford, and was the first female president of the Oxford Revue. Her first book, Curious, is published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson.

Alex Gilly was born in New York City and has lived in Canada, California, London and Paris. He worked as a journalist, translator and creative-writing instructor before becoming a full-time writer. He currently lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and son. He loves the ocean in life and in fiction, and hopes one day to own a boat with a library on it. His first novel, Devil’s Harbor, is published in North America by Tor/Forge.
Julian Gough sang with underground literary pop band Toasted Heretic. They released four albums, and had a top ten hit with the single ‘Galway and Los Angeles’, a song about not kissing Sinead O’Connor. He is the author of the novels, Juno & Juliet, and Jude in Ireland. He won the largest prize in the world for a single short story (the BBC National Short Story Award) in 2007, and was shortlisted for the Everyman Bollinger Wodehouse Prize in 2008. His poetry collection, Free Sex Chocolate, was published in 2010. He now lives in Berlin, from which base he blogs, twitters, and steals pigs.

In 2011, he wrote the ending to Time Magazine’s computer game of the year, Minecraft, and published his third novel, Jude in London.

His new novel, Connect, will be published in 2018 by Picador.

RohanRohan Gunatillake’s first book This is Happening was published by Pan Macmillan’s new Bluebird imprint in 2016 in the UK and by St Martin’s Press in 2017 in the US. He is a leading entrepreneur in the growing area of wise technology and modern mindfulness. Rohan heads up 21awake, a creative studio which combines deep experience in meditation, technology & design. 21awake is best known for buddhify, the urban mindfulness app which so far has been the #1 Health & Fitness app in 34 countries. Rohan also has a background in digital innovation in the arts, has worked with several leading arts organisations across the UK including two years as the innovation lead for the Edinburgh Festivals. Based in Glasgow, Rohan is an in-demand speaker on modern meditation both in the UK and internationally with recent appearances at SXSW, FutureFest, Wisdom 2.0, Future Everything and the Buddhist Geeks Conference. Rohan has written for Wired UK and the Guardian online and has made guest appearances on BBC Radio 4, the Guardian Tech Weekly podcast and CBC. He is a trustee of the British Council and in 2012 Wired magazine named him in their Smart List of 50 people who are about to change the world.
Will Hill

Will Hill

Will Hill is the author of After the Fire (Usborne), which was selected for the 2017 Zoella Book Club, and the bestselling Department 19 series (HarperCollins). He has written for film and television and has contributed stories to award-winning anthologies and collections. He lives in East London.

Andrew Hosken is one of the BBC’s most respected senior correspondents. Joining Radio 4 in 1997, he reports for the flagship daily current affairs programme, Today, as well as The World Tonight, the BBC World Service and From Our Own Correspondent. He reported the 9/11 attacks from New York and the 7/11 attacks from London and has covered numerous Middle-Eastern conflicts and their aftermaths including the Arab Spring, the fall of Gaddafi, and the rise of the Islamic State. In 2003, he won the One World Media Award for a series on Algerian terrorism. He is the author of two books on British political figures, Nothing Like a Dame, about the disgraced Conservative Dame Shirley Porter, and Ken, a biography of controversial London mayor Ken Livingstone.

His latest book The Rise and Fall of the Islamic State is published by Oneworld.

Tom is a Welsh illustrator living in Bristol with his wife Candy. With a passion for food illustration he began working on the newly commissioned Great British Bake Off back in 2010, little knowing that it and his illustrations would become watched and loved by millions. He has drawn more than 1500 bakes for the show and its spin offs as well as commissions for Channel 4, The Glastonbury Festival and Visit England. His first book The Great British Bake Off Colouring Book is published by Hodder in September 2016.

Simon Jones is a former professional cricketer who played for England, Glamorgan, Hampshire and Worcestershire. In 2005 he tore through the Australian batting order, swinging the ball at pace, and inspiring some of England’s greatest ever victories as they regained the Ashes for the first time in almost twenty years. Written in collaboration with Jon Hotten, The Test takes you inside the dressing room and shows the rigours and intensity of top-level sport like never before. Winner of the Wisden Book of the Year in 2015.

‘What a player, what a man. Simon was the unsung hero in the 2005 Ashes. His crucial wickets and aggression took us over the winning line.’ Kevin Pietersen

‘Simon Jones only played 18 Test matches, but to me and most England fans he will always be a legend. His bowling during the 2005 series, against the best Australian team in history, was simply magnificent; fast, furious, swinging both ways like a deranged boomerang, and devastatingly successful. A class act.’ Piers Morgan

‘I can’t think of an England player that every supporter and player would have loved to see more with the 3 lions on his chest than Jonesy. He was right up there with the best that I was fortunate to captain.’ Michael Vaughan

Jon Hotten is the author of Muscle: A Writer’s Trip Through a Sport with No Boundaries and The Years of the Locust: A True Story of Murder, Money and Mayhem in the Last Age of Boxing (both Yellow Jersey Press), as well as the popular Old Batsman Blog, which has established him as one of the finest cricket writers around.

Anthony McGowan has written two literary thrillers, Stag Hunt and Mortal Coil, and seven young adult novels, Hellbent, Henry Tumour, The Knife That Killed Me (made into an acclaimed film in 2014), The Fall, Brock, Hello Darkness and Pike. He has also written widely for younger children, including the award-winning Donut Diaries series, and Einstein’s Underpants, which was short-listed for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. He will have four new books out in 2017: Everybody Hurts, a young adult novel co-written with Jo Nadin; a picture book, I Killed Santa, illustrated by Chris Riddell; Rook, the latest in the Brock/Pike series, and The Art of Failing, described by Nick Hornby as ‘…if young Nicholson Baker had decided to write as Charles Pooter. It’s eccentric, charming, maddening, and very, very funny. It also comes much closer to describing the reality of the writing life than anything you’ll find in the Paris Review.’

Nikesh Shukla is the editor of Rife Magazine, an online magazine for young people and the author of the novels Coconut Unlimited (Quartet) which was shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award and Meatspace (Friday Project) which saw him reach notoriety as a the first man to send a lamb chop into space, a feat that has been viewed on youtube more than 250,000 times. Most recently he is the editor of the acclaimed collection of essays about race and immigration by 21 writers of colour, The Good Immigrant (Unbound) which was R4 Book of the Week and for which he was shortlisted for the Liberty Human Rights Arts Award, was named one of Foreign Policy Magazine’s 100 Global Thinkers of 2016 and which won the Books Are My Bags Readers Choice Award.

In 2018 his next novel The One Who Wrote Destiny will be published by Atlantic Books and his first YA novel Run will be published by Hodder Children’s Books.

Tom Tivnan was born in Massachusetts and educated at the University of Massachusetts and University of Strathclyde. Leaving the United States as the second Bush administration took power, he worked variously as a bookseller and journalist in Rome, Budapest, Hamburg, Edinburgh and Glasgow before settling in London in 2007. For the last decade he has been the features editor for the publishing industry bible The Bookseller and is regularly seen and heard speaking on book trade matters to the wider media. He wrote the text for the photography book Tattooed by the Family Business (Pavilion) and contributes annually to the Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook (A&C Black).

He lives in Walthamstow, East London, with his partner and an elderly cat called Soze.

His first novel, The Esquimaux, is published by Silvertail. 

Authors XI smlThe Authors were an Edwardian cricket team, which starred PG Wodehouse, Arthur Conan Doyle and AA Milne. Each year, they’d play sides of Actors and Publishers at Lord’s. The last of these matches was in 1912. There were a few subsequent incarnations of the team before they were revived in 2012 by literary agent Charlie Campbell and novelist Nicholas Hogg. In their comeback season, they played all over England, including matches at Lord’s and at Wormsley against the Lords and Commons CC.  In January 2013, they toured India, playing a Rajasthan Royals XI and making the front page of The Times of India.  They have played two national teams, Japan and the Vatican, winning the first and losing to St Peter’s CC. The Authors XI: A Season of English Cricket from Hackney to Hambledon is published by Bloomsbury and was shortlisted for the MCC Cricket Society Book of the Year Award.
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