Catherine Clarke and Caroline Wood have become shareholders of the Felicity Bryan Literary Agency, with Clarke made managing director and Wood joining the board as director. The agency will be renamed Felicity Bryan Associates, with founder Felicity Bryan becoming chair of the board.
Bryan was a director at Curtis Brown before she left to start her own agency with such authors as Rosamunde Pilcher, Matt Ridley and Miriam Stoppard. Clarke, who was previously a publishing director at OUP, represents non-fiction clients including Simon Blackburn, John Dickie, and A C Grayling, and also children's writers such as David Almond, Jenny Downham, Sally Gardner, and Meg Rosoff.
Wood, who was formerly a film producer, joined in 2006 to expand the fiction list and represents authors such as Sadie Jones, Martin Walker, and Simon Lelic.
Sally Holloway continues to work as an associate agent.
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