• Tim Harford’s new book MESSY has just been published, to widespread acclaim, on both sides of the Atlantic.  “Fascinating detail … engrossing narrative” New York Times “Masterful” The Economist
  • Edmund de Waal’s THE HARE WITH AMBER EYES won The Booksellers Association’s  ‘Best of The Best’ award celebrating the 10th anniversary of Independent Bookshop Week
  • Artemis Cooper’s ELIZABETH JANE HOWARD: A DANGEROUS INNOCENCE, is a Radio Four Book of the Week and is serialised in the Mail on Sunday. “ hugely absorbing” The Observer
  • Anna Hope’s ‘elegant and insightful’ (The Observer) second novel THE BALLROOM has been selected for Richard And Judy’s Autumn 2016 promotion.
  • Bake Off is back and Mary Berry’s freshly up-dated Family Sunday Lunches (Headline) is on the best-seller lists
  • BLUE DOG by Louis de Bernières, the charming prequel to the much-loved Red Dog, is ‘an irresistible, feelgood, laugh-out-loud tale’ Sunday Times, ‘ wise and heart-warming’ Mail on Sunday.  The film RED DOG: True Blue, is in cinemas in 2017.
  • Tim Birkhead has been awarded The Eisenmann Medal (Linnaean Society of New York), The Godman-Salvin Medal (the British Ornithologists' Union), The Founder’s Medal (The Society for the Study of Natural History) and The Spallanzani Medal (the Biology of Spermatozoa community) in the last twelve months.
  • Adrian Tinniswood's THE LONG WEEKEND is a Sunday Times bestseller: “fantastically readable and endlessly fascinating”; Richard Davenport-Hines in The Sunday Times says it resembles a well-kept hothouse festooned with fruit ripe for the plucking" and Virginia Nicholson in The Times calls it “elegant, encyclopaedic and entertaining”.
  • We are very proud that Meg Rosoff is the 2016 recipient of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, the largest international children's and young adult literature award in the world. The film adaptation of HOW I LIVE NOW premiers on UK TV in December.
  • Number one Sunday Times bestseller THE SILK ROADS is hailed as ‘a proper historical epic of dazzling range and achievement’ by William Dalrymple in the Guardian  
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 three full-time agents, and one associate agent.