Authors : Fiction

My focus is on literary fiction and non-fiction, particularly new writers; only a few of my clients have had previous representation.

Fiction covers

  • ZVI JAGENDORF

    WOLFY AND THE STRUDELBAKERS (first novel)
    Dewi Lewis Stockport March 2001
    Long-listed BOOKER PRIZE 2001
    Short-listed JQ/WINGATE PRIZE 2002
    Winner SOCIETY OF AUTHORS SAGITTARIUS PRIZE 2002
    Nominated RIBALOW PRIZE 2002

  • GREGORIO KOHON

    RED PARROT, WOODEN LEG (first novel)
    Karnac Books London 2007
    Finalist 2001 FERNANDO LARA PRIZE

  • JOANNE LIMBURG

    A WANT OF KINDNESS: A NOVEL OF QUEEN ANNE (first novel)
    Atlantic London 2015
    Long-listed 2016 HWA Goldsboro Debut Crown award for historical fiction
    BOOKSIDE DOWN
    Salt Publishing Cromer 2013
    An Eric Gregory award winner for her poetry, this is Joanne’s first collection for children.

  • THOMAS MALONEY

    THE SACRED COMBE (first novel)
    Scribe UK Melbourne London 2016
    “With passages of beautiful descriptive writing, an intriguing gothic mystery unfolds.” Daily Mail
    LEARNING TO DIE
    Scribe UK Melbourne London 2018
    “He writes about everything on a breath-taking continuum from humorous to brutally realist.” Anna Hollingsworth  Shiny New Books

  • BARRY PILTON

    LAND OF MY NEIGHBOURS (Valley iii)
    Bloomsbury London 2009
    THE TOWN WITH NO TWIN (Valley ii)
    Bloomsbury London 2007
    THE VALLEY (first novel)
    Bloomsbury London 2005
    “A comic demonstration of the resilient power of history, apathy and rain.” Guardian

  • PAUL READ

    THE ART TEACHER (first novel)
    Legend Press London 2016
    After managing seven years without punching a pupil, his patience snaps.
    BLAME
    Legend Press London 2017
    Lucas has the conviction that however ill-advised his habits, they’re well under control.

  • MEG VANDERMERWE

    ZEBRA CROSSING (first novel)
    One World London 2014
    “Her style is measured and unadorned, yet deeply affecting.” Michiel Heyns

  • EBEN VENTER

    Several times winner of South African literary prizes
    TRENCHERMAN
    Scribe UK Melbourne London 2016
    “A chilling feat of speculative fiction.” Financial Times
    WOLF, WOLF
    Scribe UK Melbourne London 2015
    “I am deeply impressed.” J.M. Coetzee
    GREEN AS THE SKY IS BLUE
    PenguinRandomHouse South Africa 2018
    The prize-winning Afrikaans author’s latest novel, the first he has written in English.

  • INÉS GREGORY-LABARTA

    MCTAVISH MANOR (first novel)
    Holland House Books London 2016
    A doctor treating a family in a remote part of Scotland in the 1800s, where a bhampair is thought to be hiding

  • HELEN E MUNDLER

    HOMESICKNESS (first novel)
    Dewi Lewis Publishing Stockport 2003
    John Carey wrote that he wanted this on his Booker Long-list.
    L’ANGLAISE
    Holland House Books 2018
    A distinctive voice, and astute observations.

  • WILLIAM WHARTON Estate, UK & Commonwealth

    BIRDY
    The Friday Project, HarperCollins UK London 2013
    SHRAPNEL
    The Friday Project, HarperCollins UK London 2013 Published posthumously in English for the first time.
    “One of the harshest of war memoirs that I’ve ever read.” Libby Purves