Writing a non-fiction proposal
Q&A with Alice Williams, children’s literary agent
UHoP 2018: Q&A with Hannah Sheppard, editor and agent
Nominate: The Unsung Heroes of Publishing 2017
Q&A with Eugenie Furniss
We interviewed literary agent Eugenie Furniss, who worked for WME for 15 years before setting up Furniss Lawton for the James Grant Group in 2012. She told us about her favourite aspects of Frankfurt Book Fair, self-publishing and what’s on her reading list. She has been shortlisted twice The Bookseller’s Literary Agent of the Year Award.
Q&A with Jemima Hunt of The Writers’ Practice
We spoke to Jemima Hunt, an editor & literary agent at The Writers’ Practice. She represents authors of fiction and non-fiction, including two Sunday Times bestsellers, and has three books in development for film and television. She is a visiting tutor in creative writing at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford. Spring 2017 sees the launch of a new six-week novel writing course at Oxford’s Story Museum, which she has co-founded with writer & broadcaster, Charlie Lee-Potter. More details available here http://oxfordwritingtable.com
Q&A with Natasa Lekic, Founder of NY Book Editors
We spoke to Natasa Lekic, founder of NY Book Editors, a highly curated and experienced editorial collective, about elevating the quality of self-published writing, the New York publishing community, and the importance of choosy editors.
Q&A with Juliet Mushens
Juliet Mushens is an Agent in the UK Literary Division of The Agency Group. Juliet began her publishing career in 2008 at HarperCollins, after reading history at Cambridge, and became an agent in 2011. Juliet represents a bestselling list of fiction and non-fiction writers including international bestseller ‘The Miniaturist’ by Jessie Burton, Sunday Times bestselling crime writer James Oswald, and hugely successful brand ‘Very British Problems’.