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10.10.11 | Philip Jones
Zadie Smith's literary agent Georgia Garrett has left A P Watt for Rogers, Coleridge & White on the eve of Frankfurt Book Fair.
Georgia Garrett joined A P Watt in September 2000 and was deputy managing director. Before that she ran Andrew Wylie's London office, having been editorial director at Picador.
At RCW she will join former Picador publisher Peter Straus, as well as David Miller.
Derek Johns, joint managing director of A P Watt, said: "I can confirm that Georgia is leaving APW today to join RCW. We would like to thank Georgia for 11 years of valuable service, and wish her well in the future."
Garrett also represents Philip Hensher, Joe Dunthorne, and Dea Birkett.