Meet the Team – Clare Wallace

What is your role at the agency? I’m a literary agent and I head up the Children’s and Illustration teams as well as representing a boutique list of adult fiction. No two days are ever the same, which is one of the many things I love about my role. As a literary agent it’s my…

Meet the Team – Kristina Egan

What is your role at the agency? I’m a Translation Rights Agent. My role is to get our authors publishing deals in other languages. We (the Rights Team) are across all the books at the agency. We develop pitches for the books and send them to editors/publishers/rights teams in other countries with the aim of…

Competition Time – DA Summer Reads!

Calling all women’s fiction authors! We are thrilled to announce our Darley Anderson Summer Reads Competition! The Darley Anderson Agency is on the lookout for the next bestseller in commercial women’s fiction. We’re talking sweeping romances, contemporary rom-coms, LGBTQ+ love stories, tear-jerking sagas, period dramas, world driven romantic fantasy fiction, and books that will have readers…

A Guide to International Rights

It wouldn’t be an Open Week without a closer look at one key part of the Agency, our International Rights Team. Whilst we are a London based Agency, our reach extends far beyond the Channel. Our brilliant team work tirelessly to get our author’s books published in territories and languages across the world. Made up…

Camilla Bolton – Agent Wishlist

1. CHARACTER: Miss Marple meets Villanelle meets Kay Scarpetta  2. HIGH-CONCEPT: A Christmas Carol meets Gone Girl meets Before I Go to Sleep  3. A WORLD OF CHARACTERS: Richard Osman meets Lucinda Riley meets Line Of Duty  4. STEP OUT OF REALITY: Game Of Thrones meets Animals of Farthing Wood  5. BACK TO NATURE: Where…

Meet the Team – Rebeka Finch

What is your role at the agency? I work as Darley Anderson’s Assistant and am also building a contemporary and new adult romance list at the Agency. How did you get into publishing? This was actually my first role in publishing after university. I knew that I wanted to get into publishing, but I had…