Our Top Ten Tips for Writing a Tip Top Covering Letter

No.2: Let’s talk about you In my experience the part of the covering letter that varies the most is the section that falls under our umbrella request to ‘include a bit about you’. I have received covering letters that range between several full A4 pages worth of biography to new writers who forget to include…

Exclusive – Dictionary Corner – Publishing Terms Translated

Have you ever spoken to someone in publishing or browsed the submission portion of an agency’s website and wondered what on earth we’re all talking about? Well, wonder no more. Here in Dictionary Corner we will strive to shed some light on the technical jargon and industry lingos that often confuse new writers. Exclusive –…

Our Top Ten Tips for Writing a Tip Top Covering Letter

No. 1: We are on your side. Some years ago – never mind how long precisely – having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me in the finance industry, I thought I would move to London and try to get into publishing. Consequently, I found myself spending a lot…

Getting to know Rosanna Bellingham – Financial Controller

First of all, what is your role at the agency? The Agency is alive with deals being done all over the world and it is my job to document these at the point when they appear here in ££s, €€s and $$s, swiftly transmit the funds to our authors and handle all associated admin, reporting…

Getting to know Clare Wallace – Rights Manager and Associate Agent

First of all, what is your role at the agency? As the Rights Manager, I negotiate deals for translation rights all around the world for all the Agency’s authors. I’m also scouting for new talent and am looking for commercial and accessible literary general fiction and all types of women’s fiction. Which book changed your…