Graham Maw Christie, London, UK, was established in 2005. Our approach is collaborative, creative and market-driven. We believe a successful book starts with a brilliant proposal and that authors need someone in their corner: not just to find them the right editor but to support them during the process of writing the best book they can; through each stage of production, publicity & marketing and then long after the book has been published. We love what we do, and building good relationships with publishers and editors is at the heart of our business.
As well as supporting our authors with marketing and social media advice, we help build profiles and brands by collaborating with speaker agencies, publicists and TV producers. Our sub-agents handle representation for TV film and foreign rights.
Jane Graham Maw (above right) has over 25 years' experience in the publishing industry. She has worked in rights, contracts and marketing and as a commissioning editor and then publishing director (HarperCollins). She has also ghostwritten books for celebrities and experts. With an English degree from Cambridge and a post-graduate qualification in marketing she is driven by a desire to champion quality writing with a clear message.
Jennifer Christie (above left) has worked in marketing and advertising for over 20 years, and as a literary agent for over 10 years. Starting in PR ( The Rowland Company, Saatchi & Saatchi), she moved into advertising (TBWA, Ogilvy and Mather) and then journalism (BBC and freelance). She has also worked as a ghostwriter. She advises authors on PR, particularly their online presence and social media, and looks for ways to extend their content into new formats. She is the gadget geek of the biz.
We are assisted by a team of readers, specialist experts and freelance editors.
Interns We occasionally have part-time internship opportunities for periods from 2 to 4 months. Previous interns have gone on to jobs in editorial, bookselling, agenting and marketing. Please contact us to find out more.
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