Growing FBA is scaling the spires

Growing FBA is scaling the spires

Many things spring to mind when you think of Oxford: dreaming spires, Morse murders, The Norrington Room at Blackwell’s, Radiohead. Influential literary agency? Not so much. Yet for almost 30 years the university city has been the home of powerhouse Felicity Bryan Associates (FBA), whose stable ranges from non-fiction heavyweights Karen Armstrong and A C Grayling; to children’s superstars Meg Rosoff and David Almond; to literary prize-winners Liza Klaussmann and Iain Pears; to national treasure Mary Berry. And the firm’s star has shone even more brightly in 2017, with m.d. Catherine Clarke ...

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