AM Heath Literary Agents.

100 years of independent thinking

Founded in 1919 by Audrey Heath and Alice May Spinks, two women who challenged the conventions of publishing, AM Heath are a London literary agency still very much driven by a passion to help writers who want to shift, shape or enrich the wider cultural conversation, and provide irresistible entertainment.

Championing clients’ writing remains at the heart of what they do.  As well as a century of experience, they bring energy, ambition, and a keen eye for detail to their work.

Tinder Press.

Classy, intelligent writing

Headline’s literary imprint, Tinder Press is a space where classy, intelligent writing can thrive. Bestselling and award-winning authors include Maggie O’Farrell, Patrick Gale, Sue Monk Kidd, Deborah Moggach and Guy Gunaratne, and they are always on the lookout for new and exciting talent. They pride themselves on a diverse list of fiction and non-fiction, with both commercial clout and prize-winning potential.

The Literary Consultancy.

Every writer deserves a good editor

The Literary Consultancy (TLC) was set up in 1996 as the first editorial consultancy of its kind, offering professional feedback to writers at all levels through their core manuscript assessment service. Since then, they have sent detailed feedback reports to thousands of writers on a range of writing projects: across novels, memoir, poetry, short stories and scripts, from beginner writers to well-known names. An expert team of readers is made up of world-class writers, tutors, and publishing professionals who, guided by TLC, write reports which help writers better understand their work, how to improve it, and where it might sit in the changing landscape. Alongside the assessment service, TLC also offers a popular mentoring programme, Chapter and Verse, with both online and face-to-face options available, and a range of literary events, all carefully designed to give additional support and inspiration to writers.

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