Meet the Team – Georgia Fuller

What is your role at the agency? I’m a Rights Agent, handling translation rights to several territories across Europe and Asia. How did you get into Publishing? Good timing and persistence. After emailing a lot of publishers, I managed to get a short stint of work experience (2 weeks) in the Rights Department at Bloomsbury Publishing…

Meet the Team – Tanera Simons

What is your role at the agency? I’m a literary agent, focusing on building the general fiction side of the list: I’m looking for rom-coms; love stories; book club fiction; historical fiction; and dark female-led suspense/thriller. How did you get into publishing? I started working for LoveReading after I graduated and, whilst there, I became…

Meet the Team – Laura Heathfield

What is your role at the agency? Assistant to Tanera Simons. How did you get into publishing? I studied law at university and then worked in aviation for 20 years until I decided to pursue working with my real love – books! I started as an intern here at Darley Anderson before becoming Tanera’s permanent…

Meet the Team – Clare Wallace

It’s time to meet our third and final member of the Darley Anderson Children’s Book team – agent Clare Wallace! Clare has headed up the children’s agency for a number of years now and is on the lookout for new talent to add to her glittering list. Read on to find out what she looks…

Meet the Team – Chloe Davis

Quickly following on from our last Meet the Team post, we’re carrying on the Children’s Book Agency theme. This week, it’s the turn of Chloe Davis, the children’s agency assistant, who gives us an insight into what her typical day looks like, as well as how she got into Publishing. First of all, what is…

Meet the Team – Lydia Silver

Our Meet the Team series is back! In this second post, we speak to children’s book agent Lydia Silver about her journey to agenting and what she looks for in submissions. First of all, what is your role at the agency? I’m one of the children’s agents, so I represent authors writing for children, from…