Tagged: Natalie Jerome

Jerome leaves Aevitas to join Curtis Brown

Natalie Jerome has left Aevitas Creative Management after two years to join Curtis Brown as a literary agent.  Read more

Pandemic spurs literary agents to leave London

Literary agents are increasingly leaving London with more agencies also setting up outside the capital, spurred on by changing working conditions in lockdown and a... Read more

Outside the bubble: Natalie Jerome on the creation of her agency in Newport

Natalie Jerome discusses her 20-year publishing career, her move back to Wales and her experience of being the only agent working in the country.... Read more

Gallery acquires first title from Anchal Seda

Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster UK, has acquired What Would the Aunties Say? by social media influencer and podcast host Anchal Seda at auction.... Read more

Transworld signs 'catalyst for change' by entrepreneur Eric Collins

Transworld has landed We Don’t Need Permission! by Eric Collins, venture capitalist, serial entrepreneur and host of a new Channel 4 reality business series.... Read more

Coronet pre-empts Rene Germain's debut for Black people in workplace

Coronet has pre-empted rights to influencer and writer’s Rene Germain’s debut billed as “the first guide to specifically address the unique challenges many Black people... Read more

Transworld acquires mind coach's debut

Transworld Publishers has acquired How to Master Your Monkey Mind: Overcome Anxiety, Increase Confidence and Regain Control of Your Life by mind coach Don Macpherson.... Read more

David Harewood's 'landmark' memoir won by Bluebird in 14-way auction

Bluebird has won a 14-way auction for actor David Harewood's “landmark” memoir on how racism impacts mental health. Read more

Natalie Jerome leaves Bonnier after two years

Bonnier Books' acquisitions director and publisher Natalie Jerome has parted ways with the company after two years. Read more

Fairy cleans up for Studio

Studio Press has acquired world, all-language rights to Dave and the Tooth Fairy by former Tamarind Books publisher Verna Wilkins. Read more

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