Clare Hulton Literary Agency
Clare Hulton Literary Agency is a young, creative, commercial and successful London-based agency. Publishers we work with include Bloomsbury, Pan Macmillan, Penguin, HarperCollins, Ebury, Vermilion, Square Peg, Octopus, Kyle Books, Quadrille, Quercus, Duncan Baird, RPS, CICO, Watkins, Murdoch Books, Simon and Schuster, Orion, Blink, Little Brown, Hodder, Headline, Random House Children's Books, John Blake, Bookouture and Hay House. Although we specialise in non-fiction we also have a small commercial fiction and children's list. Many of our authors have appeared in the bestseller lists and frequently feature in the press. We are active in all areas of rights representation and are a member of the Association of Authors Agents.
Recent deals include Christine Bailey's new diet book Go Lean Vegan to Hodder; The Curry Guy Dan Toombs to Quadrille; Charlotte Pike's Smoked to Kyle Books; Tracey Garton's Alan: The Christmas Donkey to Pan; Sarah Rainey's Three Ingredient Baking and Xa Milne's Seaweek Cookbook both to Michael Joseph, Anna Rushton's harrowing 13 Stolen Years to Blink and Yasmin Khan's second cookbook to Bloomsbury.
Andrew Fuller's Unlocking Your Child's Genius has had some fabulous publicity including this feature in the Telegraph.
Delighted to have sold Charlotte Abraham's book on the 'hot new lifestlye philosophy' Hygge to Orion. You can read about it here.
Congratulations to Iain King whose conspiracy thriller Secrets of the Last Nazi has sold over 15k copies.
Very proud that HarperCollins will be publishing Darren Galsworthy's moving book about his daughter Becky Watt. You can read about it here.
Charlotte Pike's book Fermented has been shortlisted for the prestigious Andre Simon food book of the year award.
Congratulations to Fiona Heggie and Ellie Lux whose first book The Allergy Free Family Cookbook has just been serialised in the Telegraph. Read it here.
Sarah Wilson's brave book Violated is in the Sunday Times bestseller list for the third week running. This week she will be interviewed on BBC R4's The Today Programme; The World Service and BBC News. You can read more about her story here.
Singer songwriter John Newman's first book will be published by Quadrille in October. Read about it here
Very nice to see Julia Thomas's beautiful Free From Desserts cookbook featured in the Mail on Sunday - you can see the feature here.
Hugely exciting to see Iain King's debut conspiracy thriller Secrets of the Last Nazi receiving rave reviews on amazon.co.uk, reaching the number one slot in its categories, and on amazon.com where it is the number one new release in its category. According to the Sun: 'a brilliant but unconventional academic races shadowy agents, a deranged killer and power-mad priests to a expose a vast conspiracy ... romps along at a ferocious pace.'
Financial Times reviewer Tim Hayward had this to say of Catherine Phipps' wonderful book Chicken: "It's rare to find a book that you is going to be on your shelves forever but this chicken bible is just that. Phipps is obsessively diligent in her recipe work, which is reassuring, but it's the constant presence of her idiosyncratic voice that makes this book a delight."
Willow Crossley's third book on flowers will be published by Kyle Books and parenting guru Noel Janis Norton's fourth book on screentime will be published by Hodder in 2016.
Congratulations to Dale Pinnock whose Medicinal Chef: Healthy Everyday has won the Guild of Food Writers Healthy Eating Award.
Delighted that Kyle Books will be publishing Charlotte Pike's next book Fermented Food and Kimiko Barber's Silver Chopsticks about Japanese cooking at home.
Paul and Coral Jones's moving book about their daughter April is in the Sunday Times hardback non-fiction list for the third week in a row.
Rotherham abuse scandal survivor Sarah Wilson's brave book will be published by HarperCollins in June. Read more here.
Do look out for the wonderful publicity that Jane Dolby's Song of the Sea is attracting.
Congratulations to Magic Soup co-author Nicole Pisani who has appeared in Observer Food Monthly's top 50.
My Secret Sister is at number one in the Canadian bestseller list for the 8th week in a row.
Thrilled that Bookouture has snapped up rights to Iain King's conspiracy thriller Secrets of the Last Nazi. Read more here.
Congratulations to Noel Janis Norton whose new book Calmer Easier Happier Boys is at number 2 in the amazon bestseller list.
It was very nice to see the wonderful Magic Soup serialised in You magazine and congratulations to Noel Janis Norton whose new book Calmer, Easier Happier Boys was the subject of a major feature in the Times.
Congratulations to Martin Morales - the Peruvian edition of his wonderful book Ceviche has won the Gourmand Award for best cookbook published in Peru.
We are delighted that the Bookseller has selected two of our author's titles - Songs of the Sea by Jane Dolby and April by Paul and Coral Jones - as 'ones to watch'.
Look out for Medicinal Chef Dale Pinnock who will be appearing on This Morning every day for a week from 5th January and then again on 15th January.
Congratulations to the Martin Morales whose book Ceviche won best jacket at the Book Design and Production Awards. The judges has this to say: 'Ceviche is a striking cover thanks to its design and production. It's a simple idea, beautifully executed. Ceviche is flawless and attractive.'
Read an excellent review of POW memoir Lucky Johnny which appreared in the Daily Mail here.
Dr Jane McCartney's first book - Stop Overeating - is attracting a massive amount of press. Read some of it here.
Congratulations to Lucy Watson whose first book The Dating Game has debuted at number 6 in the non-fiction best seller list.
we are so excited and proud to have two of our authors on the 2014 Guild of Food Writers awards shortlist. Martin Morales's Ceviche, a groundbreaking book on Peruvian cookery, has been shortlisted for the Best First Book Award and Maria Elia's innovative Smashing Plates, which redefines Greek flavours, is on the Cookery Book of the Year shortlist.