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
* There were 3 GMC titles listed in the top 20 UK paperback non fiction Bestseller List this week.
* The Easternmost Sky by Juliet Blaxland has been shortlisted for the East Anglian Book Awards 2021
* Graeme Tomlinson announced his new book LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUT LOSING YOUR MIND, a guide to weight loss without anxiety, pressure and guilt.
*Raynor Winn is speaking at Falmouth Book Festival on Thursday 14th October. Buy tickets here.
* Samantha McGowan and Laura Godfrey Isaacs are launching their book Maternal Journal on 21st October with an event featuring special guests including Laura Dockrill, Bryonny Kimmings and Jason Barker. Get tickets here.
*Raynor Winn will be speaking at the How To Academy on the Wild Silence and the meaning of home on 4th November 2021. For more information and the opportunity to buy tickets please click here.
* Author of How to Save the World for Free Natalie Fee is speaking at Exeter Literary Festival alongside other climate activists including Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Jonathan Porritt and Peter Cox.
* Good Vibes Good Life becomes one of TikTok's bestselling titles
* Milli Hill continued to attract coverage for her stance on the new vocabulary describing women
* Ruth Aylett author of Living with Robots wrote for BBC Science Focus Magazine on why there won't be a robot uprising any time soon. Read more here.
* Pauline Beaumont's Bread Therapy and 'kneading meditation' was featured in Well+Good magazine.
*Ruth Aylett and Patricia A.Vargas discussed Living with Robots on the Newstalk Podcast. Listen here.
* Author and activist Louise Allen was featured in an important article in Mother & Baby on adoption and fostering.
* Juliet Blaxland's Easternmost Sky has been attracting some lovely reviews. Richard Hopton in Country & Town wrote 'it has much to say, expressed with elegance and charm, about the countryside, country life and its threatened future.'
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