We are actively looking for new clients and welcome submissions in the following areas: fiction, both commercial and literary; non-fiction, in particular biography, cookery, history, humour, memoir, music, politics, sport and wellbeing and lifestyle; and children’s fiction and non-fiction. 

Please look at our agents’ bios and client lists before deciding which of us should receive your work. If we think that it might be better suited to a colleague we will share it with them, so please do not submit to more than one of us. (Submissions that ignore this will not be considered.)

For fiction, please send the first three chapters and a synopsis; for non-fiction, an outline which tells us about your book and why you are best-placed to write it, and some sample writing from it.

Submissions should be emailed directly to the agent. Please do not send manuscripts by post. 

We aim to respond to submissions within 6-8 weeks of receipt but regret that it is not always possible to reply to everyone, due to the volume that we receive. We are primarily looking for UK-based writers so if you are submitting from the US, we would expect a reason for wanting an agent here. Please note that we do not handle poetry or screenplays.

Our agents

Charlie Campbell

Charlie Campbell represents literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction and a select number of children’s authors. Before becoming an agent, he spent three years at Literary Review, where he became Deputy Editor. He joined Ed Victor Ltd in 2005, starting his own list and handling film, TV and serial rights for the agency. After ten…  Read more

Julia Silk

Julia has worked in publishing for over 20 years as an editor, bookseller and, since 2016, as an agent representing a wide range of fiction and non-fiction. She has an MA in Comparative Literature from UEA, and loves to read voice- and character-driven fiction across the spectrum from commercial to literary, particularly when it opens…  Read more

Charlotte Atyeo

Charlotte Atyeo

Charlotte represents non-fiction authors as well as a select number of children’s and fiction authors. Before agenting, she spent twenty years as an editor – most recently ten years at Bloomsbury, where she was Publisher of prize-winning narrative sport titles, general non-fiction titles, The Nightwatchman quarterly, and Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. In the decade prior to…  Read more

Natalie Galustian

Natalie Galustian represents narrative and commercial non-fiction as well as literary fiction. She spent fifteen years as an antiquarian book dealer before becoming an agent, firstly with Simon Finch Rare Books, and later running her own rare book shop and gallery in Cecil Court, where she also regularly hosted launches for new and established authors…  Read more