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Agents

 

Caroline Michel


Biography

Caroline Michel has been the CEO of PFD since 2007. Before that she headed up the William Morris Agency in London for three years. She has over 25 years’ worth of experience in the industry and ran both Vintage at Random House and Harper Press at HarperCollins. Until very recently she was a governor at the BFI and is now Chairman of the BFI Trust. She is a Trustee of the Hay Literary Festival, a Trustee of Somerset House, a Fellow of the RSA and sits on the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year Award Committee.


Assistant Details
Tess David
tdavid@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1084

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Annabel Merullo


Biography

Annabel Merullo is a Senior Agent and Head of the Books Department. She represents literary and commercial writers of fiction and non-fiction. Before joining Peters Fraser and Dunlop, Annabel ran her own literary agency, having also worked as a publisher and latterly as deputy MD of Cassell and Co. She has also compiled and co-edited several books including The Explorer’s Eye, which is published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson.  Annabel represents a list of non-fiction writers and has a growing fiction list.


Associate Agent: Details
Laura Williams
lwilliams@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1029

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Michael Sissons and Fiona Petheram


Biography

Michael Sissons is a Senior Consultant at PFD, working in the Books Division and representing  novelists, non-fiction writers, and public figures in London and New York. He has worked for the agency virtually all his life, and was for many years both Chairman and Managing Director.  He also writes, broadcasts, and consults on media topics.

Fiona Petheram has worked with Michael and his authors for over twenty years.

Contact Details

msissons@pfd.co.uk
fpetheram@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1000

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Rachel Mills


Biography

Rachel Mills heads Peters, Fraser & Dunlop’s Foreign Rights Department, securing publishing contracts for PFD’s clients worldwide.

She also represents her own list of clients and in particular is looking for non-fiction on topics with international appeal.

Prior to joining PFD, Rachel was Foreign Rights Manager for Penguin Books, where she worked for five years and before that she worked in the rights team at Ebury Publishing at Random House

Rachel handles rights in the United States, Canada, Australia, India (English language), Germany, The Netherlands, France, Brazil and Latin America.

Contact Details

Assistant:

Rebecca Wearmouth
rwearmouth@pfd.co.uk 
+44 (0)20 7344 1048

@RachelMillsPFD

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Alexandra Cliff


Biography

Alexandra Cliff joined Peters, Fraser & Dunlop in 2010, working as Foreign Rights Assistant, and was promoted to Foreign Rights Agent in 2012. Alongside Rachel Mills Alexandra works promoting PFD’s clients around the world and securing foreign language sales.

Alexandra handles rights in Italy, Scandinavia, Finland, Iceland,  Spain, Turkey, Japan, the Middle East, Israel, Poland and India (Indian languages).


Assistant: Details
Rebecca Wearmouth
rwearmouth@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1048


Jonathan Sissons


Biography

Jonathan Sissons handles film and TV rights for books at Peters Fraser & Dunlop. Prior to joining the company he was Rights Director at Cornerstone, and brings with him over 20 years experience selling rights at Random House.  He is also building his own list of authors.

Contact Details

jsissons@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1088


Assistant Details
Alice Reed
areed@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1066

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Camilla Shestopal


Biography

Camilla Shestopal (Agent and Director of Estates) runs the Estates and Backlist titles and represents the wonderful material which our Estates and backlist authors have written.  She is involved in selling  rights to bring these great classic authors back into the public consciousness.

Before joining PFD Camilla worked for Random House, Chorion PLC and Classic Media where she sold publishing, TV and licensing rights.


Associate Agent: Details
Silvia Molteni
smolteni@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1031

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Nelle Andrew


Biography

I represent a variety of authors across many genres but what they all have in common is an original story and a strong narrative voice.

I am drawn to unique storytelling and compelling prose. I am always looking for a book to fall in love with and champion. In particular I have a real affinity for debuts having been an author before becoming an agent. I believe in the importance of the author/agent relationship, as a crucial foundation for a solid and flourishing writer’s career.

I have been at PFD since 2009 and before then Pan Macmillan. I studied at the University of Warwick and then Trinity College, Dublin.  The only works I do not look at are romance, very commercial female fiction, sci-fi and fantasy. I also do not accept any children’s unless it is high end YA. All email submissions are welcome.

Contact Details

jandrew@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1069

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Adam Gauntlett


Biography

Adam Gauntlett is an Agent in the Books Division. He joined Peters Fraser & Dunlop in 2010, shortly after completing his Masters in English Literature at King’s College, London.

Adam is actively building his list of authors and is currently looking for: commercial/upmarket crime and thrillers, literary fiction, commercial crossover fiction, intelligent YA, narrative non-fiction, humour, memoir and popular science/history.

Genres aside, Adam is always interested in road narratives, tales of redemption, and stories set against the backdrop of struggle, conflict and oppression. He is looking for unique voices, and for writers with challenging, singular experiences.

Please do send any submissions via email.

Adam also handles all stage rights for the agency, for and on behalf of such authors as: E. M. Forster, Jeanette Winterson, Georges Simenon, David Sedaris, Robert Bolt, C. S. Forester, John Wyndham, Robert Pirsig, D. H. Lawrence and H. E. Bates, among others.

Contact Details

agauntlett@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1032

Tweet @albioneye

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Laura Williams


Biography

Laura Williams has been working at Peters Fraser and Dunlop since May 2011, first as an assistant and then as an Associate Agent.

She is building a list of fiction and non-fiction, and is currently looking for edgy literary and commercial fiction, crime and thrillers and high-concept young adult. Please send submissions via email.

Contact Details

lwilliams@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1029

@laurabirdland

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Silvia Molteni


Biography

Silvia Molteni began working at Peters, Fraser & Dunlop in 2011 as Camilla Shestopal’s assistant. She is now an Associate Agent, building her own list of clients and is looking for children’s and YA/crossover fiction (literary/commercial, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, psychological thrillers) and non-fiction. Silvia is also looking for books in translation (Italian, Spanish and French languages). She accepts submissions via email.

Silvia also handles all audio rights for the agency and sells foreign rights in our children’s and YA titles worldwide as well as backlist titles to Italy.

Contact Details

smolteni@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1031

@SilviaMolteni85


James Carroll


Biography

James Carroll is an Associate Agent in the Broadcast department of PFD. He represents writers and broadcasters for non-scripted programming. He also looks after public speaking and live events across the agency.

James joined the agency in 2013 as a Television and Public Speaking Executive after interning at the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation in New York and Chicago, returning as Broadcast Room Manager for the 2013 and 2014 Annual Meetings of the Clinton Global Initiative.

James is looking for young, fresh, diverse and inspiring presenters with well-developed ideas, and established experts/professionals at the top of their fields. Please email jcarroll@pfd.co.uk with a biography and footage.

Contact Details

jcarroll@pfd.co.uk
+44(0) 20 7344 1087

@james_carroll


Marilia Savvides


Biography

Marilia Savvides joined Peters, Fraser & Dunlop in 2012, following a six-month position at a literary scout. She is a graduate of the Columbia Publishing Course in New York.

She is currently an Associate Agent and works alongside Rachel Mills and Alexandra Cliff promoting PFD’s clients around the world and securing foreign language sales. She handles rights in Portugal, Greece, Eastern Europe (excluding Poland), Russia, China, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Marilia is also currently building her own list of authors. In particular, she is looking for high concept crime, thrillers, horror, science fiction, speculative fiction and YA novels. On the non-fiction side she is especially interested in popular science / psychology, narrative history and investigative journalism.

Please send all submissions via email.

Contact Details

Marilia Savvides
msavvides@pfd.co.uk
+44 (0)20 7344 1039

@MariliaSavvides

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