Bradshaw launches literary agency to help crack open 'London-centric' industry

Bradshaw launches literary agency to help crack open 'London-centric' industry

Sophie Bradshaw, former non-fiction publisher at The History Press, has launched a new literary agency and editorial consultancy, drawing on her 17 years’ experience in the industry.

The Sophie Bradshaw Literary Agency will represent quality non-fiction and focus on developing undiscovered and first-time authors. Seeking "vibrant, meaningful non-fiction that inspires and makes people think", her remit will span the gamut of commercial non-fiction, from "inspiring" memoir to history, general non-fiction, mind body and spirit, self help and business.

The agency and consultancy is based near...

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