Clare Hulton Literary Agency
Clare Hulton Literary Agency is a young, creative, commercial and successful London-based agency. Publishers we have authors with include Bloomsbury, Transworld, Pan Macmillan, Penguin, HarperCollins, Ebury, Vermilion, Square Peg, Octopus, Kyle Books, Quadrille, Quercus, RPS, CICO, Watkins, Murdoch Books, Simon and Schuster, Orion, Blink, Little Brown, Hodder, Headline, Random House Children's Books, John Blake, Bookouture, Saraband and Hay House. Although we specialise in non-fiction, and are delighted to be the agent for the fastest-selling non-fiction title since records began, we also have small fiction list which we are growing carefully. We've had approximately thirty Sunday Times bestsellers to date and many of our authors have won prizes. Additionally Clare Hulton has been shortlisted for the 2020 Literary Agent of the Year award. As well as being active in all areas of rights representation we are a member of the Association of Authors Agents. Click here for instagram (we're very new to it and on a steep learning curve!).
James Haskell's hilarious memoir What a Flanker! will be published by Harpercollins in the Autumn. Read about it here.
Very excited to announce that Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson the authors of the mighty Pinch of Nom have signed a development deal with BBC Studios. Read all about it here.
Brilliant to see Catherine Phipps' Leaf: Over 120 recipes that Celebrate Varied, Versatile Leaves shortlisted for the Andre Simon's and Fortnum & Mason Book Awards.
Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light has gone straight into the charts at number one after just three days of sales. Read about it here.
The mighty Pinch of Nom Cookbook has sold over a million copies in just seven months breaking many records in the process. More information here.
Recent deals include a third book by chinese chef Kwoklyn Wan to Quadrille; fabulous foodwriter Catherine Phipp's fifth book also to Quadrille; the wonderful Monya Kilian Palmer's The Keto Kitchen to Kyle books; two new books by bestselling Medicinal Chef Dale Pinnock to Octopus and an option deal with a major production company for Iain Maitland's novel Mr Todd's Reckoning.
PanMacmillan will be publishing skydiver Victoria Cilliers' utterly compelling memoir Falling in 2020. Her book has also been optioned by Eleven Films. Read about it here.
Claire Bullen's The Beer Lover's Table has won Best Book at the North American Guild of Beer Writers' Awards.
Congratulations to Professor Trisha Greenhalgh and Dr Liz O'Riordan whose Complete Guide to Breast Cancer has won first prize in the BMA Popular Medicine Award.
Floral artist and nature writer Willow Crossley's fourth book about connecting with the natural world will be published by Bluebird in 2020. More here.
The brilliant Chloe Madeley's third book - Transform your Body with Weights - will be published in December by Transworld. Read about it here.
Delighted to be working with Celebrity Masterchef winner John Partridge on his first cookbook which will be published next April by Mitchell Beazley. Read about it here.
Read an excellent review of Iain Maitland's brilliant new thriller Mr Todd's Reckoning here.
Pinch of Nom is the fastest-selling non-fiction title ever recorded. Read about it here.
Recent deals include three more Pinch of Nom titles to Bluebird; acclaimed music biographer Lesley-Ann Jones' insightful biography of John Lennon to Bonnier and two more books by Curry Guy Dan Toombs to Quadrille.
In a great start to 2019 both Chloe Madeley's Fat Loss Blitz and the Pinch of Nom Cookbook are riding high in the amazon bestseller charts.
Delighted that one of our first clients, Matt Roberts, has a new book coming out from Bloomsbury next year. Read about it here.
Very excited to be working with the incredible Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson of Pinch of Nom. You can read all about it here.
Two very different cookbooks - Yasmin Khan's wonderful book Zaitoun and Dale Pinnock's Eat, Shop, Save, a tie-in to the ITV series, reached number 4 and 3 in the amazon charts this week.
Recent deals include memoirs Goodnight Sweetheart by 94-year-old author Margaret Ford and Canalside Baby by Richard Gallear; a second cookbook by the brilliant Sarah Rainey; a new book from leading personal trainer Matt Roberts; Kwoklyn Wan's Chinese cookbook and a Caribbean cookbook by brothers Craig and Shaun McAnuff. Publishers to be announced in due course.