A literary agency in London specialising in non-fiction
GMC is one of the UK's leading exclusively non-fiction literary agencies. We work across most non-fiction subject areas from memoir, smart thinking and science to parenting, health, mental health, psychology, neuroscience, cookery, creativity, activism, history and popular philosophy.
Many of our clients have gone on to become bestselling, prize-winning authors with an international reach. We are known for our collaborative and hands-on approach and welcome submissions from both debut and seasoned authors.
Our aim is to make a difference to people's lives through books that either provide helpful practical tools or inspire us to think about this complicated world of ours in new ways.
See our submissions page to find out how to send your book idea to us.
We are looking to support underrepresented voices across the categories of non-fiction publishing that we work in.
THIS WEEK'S NEWS
28 July- 4 Aug 2021
* We're hiring! Apply for our September internship here.
* GMC authors were listed at numbers 3, 4, 6 and 15 on the UK paperback non fiction Bestseller List this week.
* Turkish rights have already been sold in But Why? by Clemmie Telford, published last week.
* Raynor Winn has signed a two-book deal with Michael Joseph following major sales of her previous titles. The third book will be available autumn 2021.
*Raynor Winn's The Salt Path has been selected by Cheryl Strayed as the August book of the month for the Literati Book Club.
* Prof Vybarr Cregan-Reid's article on The Amazing Science of Sweat was published by RTE Brainstorm
* Listen to Times Nature Writer of the Year (2019) Juliet Blaxland talking on BBC Radio Suffolk about her new book The Easternmost Sky
* Sally Coulthard, author of The Book of the Earthworm, writes in Country Living about the wonders of the humble earthworm.
*Shaun Deeney and his new book Love and Care featured in The Daily Mail as he recalls the bittersweet joy of freeing his Mum from her care home.
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