• NOT THAT KIND OF LOVE by Clare and Greg Wise.
    “A remarkable account of illness, loss and the power of sibling love.” The Times
  • Congratulations to David Almond, who is long-listed for the prestigious CILIP Carnegie Medal for THE TALE OF ANGELINO BROWN 
  • On the Guardian’s “Place your 2018 book orders now” list, David Pilling’s new book on GDP is a New Yorker pick. “A welcome antidote to the gospel of GDP” Sunday Times; ‘sharp and engaging’ The Times
  • Mary Berry's new TV series Classic Mary Berry begins Monday 26th February on BBC One. Her accompanying book, Mary’s Classics, is full of timeless favourites, simple and dependable recipes honed and refined by one of our most trusted cooks.
  • Books by David Pilling, Sue Prideaux, Louis de Bernières, Thomas Penn, David Almond and Diarmaid MacCulloch are all featured in The Guardian's literary highlights of 2018
  • Reni Eddo-Lodge's acclaimed WHY I'M NO LONGER TALKING TO WHITE PEOPLE ABOUT RACE is a Sunday Times Bestseller and Emma Watson's Our Shared Shelf book club read for January and February. It’s also Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott’s choice as her ‘Life-changing political books by women’ in The Guardian 
  • Cath Crowley has won the prestigious Australian Prime Minister’s Literary Award for the second time for WORDS IN DEEP BLUE. Her GRAFFITI MOON won in 2011.
  • Pulitzer-prizewinning EVICTED by Matthew Desmond is one of Barack Obama and Bill Gates’ 5 amazing books of 2017
  • Ian Black’s ENEMIES AND NEIGHBOURS is ‘a nuanced, landmark study that has deservedly won plaudits from both Palestinian and Israeli historians’ —Sunday Times; ‘offers a reading of uncommon clarity, informed by extensive research and keen insight.’ The Spectator; ‘for its clarity and balance, Mr Black’s work stands tall in a field that is likely to continue growing’ The Economist
  • Congratulations to David Almond and Sally Gardner, who are nominated for the 2018 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award – one of the most prestigious international prizes awarded to children’s authors. In 2016 the prize was awarded to Meg Rosoff.
  • Karen Armstrong has been awarded the prestigious Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences for 2017, one of a series of annual prizes given to individuals, entities or organizations from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities, and public affairs.
  • Catherine Clarke was named Agent of the Year at the 2017 British Book Awards.
  • International phenomenon and New York Times and Washington Post bestseller THE SILK ROADS has been praised by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe as "un livre magnifique"; ‘magnificent’—Sunday Times; ‘history at its most invigorating’—Wall Street Journal; ‘the most important history book in decades’—Berliner Zeitung. Sales are approaching 1 million copies worldwide.
Felicity Bryan team


Felicity Bryan Associates is an independent literary agency based in Oxford. Our client list includes prize-winning and bestselling authors in adult and children’s fiction, and non-fiction. We sell UK and international rights for our clients, and work with a network of carefully chosen co-agents in foreign markets, and in film and television. We invest our time and shared expertise in finding and nurturing new talent, and in working closely with our authors to develop their careers over the long term.

The agency was founded in 1988 by Felicity Bryan, previously a director at Curtis Brown. It represents over 200 authors and has four full-time agents, and one associate agent.