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Irish Literary Agents

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Article by Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin ©.
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The Inkwell Group

Publishing Consultants & Ireland’s Leading Literary Talent Scouts

Offering a full range of publishing consultancy services, from one to one mentoring and critiquing, to ghostwriting and cover design, Inkwell are literary scouts who work with agents and publishers both in Ireland and the UK. Inkwell’s aim is to bring your book a step closer to publication and they have many successes. For a details of authors whom Inkwell have placed with agents, publishers or helped along the way, click here.

The Rights Bureau 

The Old Post Office,
Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow
Tel: 01 2765921
Email:

The Rights Bureau represents authors primarily writing non fiction. If you are an author seeking representation please send us your proposal for your NON FICTION project including the following information:

  • Overview of the project including details of similar books in the market place and what makes yours different
  • Your biography – show us why you are the perfect author for this book
  • Proposed contents – chapter by chapter (we only need a few lines on the contents of each one)
  • The first three chapters of your book
  • Your contact details including your current email address and phone number

Send your submission in hard copy to: Dominic Perrem, The Rights Bureau, The Old Post Office, Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow.

Marianne Gunn O’Connor Literary Agency
Morrisson Chambers, Suite 17
32 Nassau Street, Dublin 2

Mgoclitagency@eircom.net

Commercial and literary fiction, non-fiction, biography, children’s fiction (UK 15%, overseas 20%, film/TV 20%). Send preliminary letter plus half-page synopsis and first 50 pages.
Authors: Cecelia Ahern, Chris Binchy, Ken Bruen, Claudia Carroll, Julie Dam, Noelle Harrison,  Patrick McCabe, Mike McCormack, Paddy McMahon, Morag Prunty, Niall Williams. Founded 1996.

Faith O’Grady
The Lisa Richards Agency
108 Upper Leeson Street
Dublin 4
Tel: 353 1 6375000
info@lisarichards.ie

The Book Bureau Literary Agency

7 Duncairn Avenue
Bray, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 353 1 276 4996
thebookbureau@oceanfree.net
Preferences are commercial womens fiction, crime/thrillers and literary fiction.

Full-length MSS (home 10%, USA 15%,translation 20%) Fiction preferred -thrillers, Irish novels, Literary fiction, women’s and general commercial fiction. No horror, science fiction, children’s or Poetry. Strong editorial support.
Send a preliminary letter, synopsis and 3 sample chapters

Paul Feldstein
The Feldstein Agency

54 Abbey Street

Bangor, N. Ireland

BT20 4JB   U.K.

44 (0) 2891 472823

paul@thefeldsteinagency.co.uk

www.thefeldsteinagency.co.uk
Handling adult fiction and non-fiction.

Bill Jeffrey Literary Agent

The Wordsmith’s Forge
20 Elm Court, Belfast, BT7 1DU
Tel: 44 28 90284163
bill.jeffrey@hotmail.co.uk

Jonathan Williams Literary Agency

Rosney Mews, Upper Glenageary Road,
Glenageary, Co Dublin

Tel: (01) 2803482

Literary Agency, evaluating, editing, rewriting, proof reading, consultancy; General fiction and non-fiction, preferably by Irish authors (home 10%) Will suggest revision.

Author Rights Agency

Contact: Svetlana Pironko

e-mail: submissions@authorrightsagency.com.

Web: www.authorrightsagency.com/

Author Rights Agency represents a number of Irish, British and American writers including Ken Bruen, Craig McDonald, Kathy Page, and Bob Burke.

Svetlana Pironko currently concentrates on creative fiction of literary quality in many forms: literary fiction (contemporary and historical subjects), crime and ‘noir’, fantasy and sci-fi, women’s fiction, children’s and young adult fictio

 


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