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Stephanie worked for the Marsh Agency from 2001 until 2014. Agent Hunter researchers have been unable to verify whether Stephanie still works as an agent. If you have any further information about Stephanie, please let us know.



Detailed data

Agency:
Marsh Agency
Agent since:
2001
Short biography:
Steph joined the Marsh Agency in 2001, and ran the Paterson Marsh list selling rights both in the UK and in translation, before more recently developing her own list of authors. Steph then became a full-time UK agent and head of the UK department until 2014.
Client list status:
Open to new clients
Genres this agent is interested in:
Travel, Science, Politics, society & current affairs, Other non-fiction, Religion, Mind, Body, Spirit, Memoir and autobiography, Food and Cookery, History, Crime, thriller, action, General Fiction, Literary Fiction
Authors & books liked:
Steph represents mainly non-fiction writing, both popular and academic, and is particularly interested in psychology, current affairs, popular science and, more generally, books about the way in which we live and interact with each other. She is also very happy to look at well written, engaging memoir and sensible, down to earth self-help. Amongst her authors writing for a general audience are Robert Rowland Smith, a philosopher turned management consultant who will be a name to watch, Shanida Nataraja, a neuroscientist exploring the effects of meditative practices on the brain, and Andrea Clifford-Poston, a child psychologist and parenting expert. On the more specialized side of Steph's list are the acclaimed psychoanalyst Patrick Casement, the grammar expert John Seely, the education textbook author Peter Moss and the historian and Winner of the 2007 Richard E Neustadt Book Prize Hugh Brogan. Whilst the majority of Steph's list is non-fiction, a look in her handbag would tell you that her own reading habits are broader than that and she is beginning to reflect that in her list of authors. Steph reads literary fiction, with the occasional foray into crime and thriller, and is looking for authors who can draw out the little moments that bind people together and explore what makes us tick.
Other loves & passions:
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How to make a submission:
Stephanie is not currently affiliated with an agency.
Other advice and background:
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Attends Festival of Writing or other WW events?
No
Follow on Twitter:
Does not Tweet
Interesting links:
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Clients:
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Full client list:
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Email address:
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Agents of: Marsh Agency

Agency details

Website:
http://www.marsh-agency.co.uk
About the agency:
to the Marsh Agency website. The Agency was founded in 1994 as an international rights specialist agency, selling translation rights on behalf of literary agents and publishers in the UK, the US, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. Building on this strong international reputation, the agency expanded and since 2001 also represents its own list of authors for all rights; we handle literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction, specializing in authors with international potential.
Address for submissions:
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Office address:
The Marsh Agency Ltd., 50 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BD.
Email address:
http://submissions.marsh-agency.co.uk/go/
Phone number:
020 7493 4361
Number of agents:
2
Accepts email submissions:
Yes
Submission type:
Standard (Letter + Synopsis + First three chapters)
Further submission info:
A brief covering letter your contact details and any relevant information, including any previously published work and any experience which relates to the book's subject matter. A short synopsis. Fiction: outline the plot and main characters. Non-Fiction: a summary of the work and chapter outlines. First three chapters (no more than 100 pages) double spaced with all pages numbered. Please put your name and contact details on the front of your manuscript and ensure that your name and the title of your work appear on all pages.
More info on this agency:
No data
Average response time:
8 days
Agency Transparency Index:
44/100
Member of the AAA:
Yes
Overseas offices:
None
Accepts overseas writers:
No
Follow on Twitter:
@TheMarshAgency
Latest news:
http://www.marsh-agency.co.uk/newsarchive/
More about the agency:
to the Marsh Agency website. The Agency was founded in 1994 as an international rights specialist agency, selling translation rights on behalf of literary agents and publishers in the UK, the US, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. Building on this strong international reputation, the agency expanded and since 2001 also represents its own list of authors for all rights; we handle literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction, specializing in authors with international potential.

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