Schilz outlines plans for TLC to make lasting change as organisation turns 25

Schilz outlines plans for TLC to make lasting change as organisation turns 25

Founded 25 years ago by Becky Swift and Hannah Griffiths, The Literary Consultancy (TLC) was intended as a ground-breaking response to the “toxicity” of a gap the duo saw existing between aspiring writers and the publishing industry, whereby those who sent in manuscripts but weren’t offered a book deal would get no editorial feedback other than that familiar, disheartening slip: “Thank you, but this isn’t right for our list.” 

Instead TLC offered writers detailed feedback as they developed their work, responding to their needs and motivations beyond just a judgement on whether their manusc...

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