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Coleridge as Literary Agent: Gill’s Audio Interview with Nigel Beale.

Gill Coleridge is a partner with Rogers, Coleridge & White, one of the top literary agencies in the world. We spoke at the London Bookfair in March about how discounting squeezes authors; about the role of the literary agent, the championing of her stable of writers, her pick of England's hottest new literary talents (Peter Hobbs, Adam Thurwell, Phil Lamarsh, Louise Dean, Jim Younger), cakes and suicide. I refer to her being related at the end of the interview. Unfortunately it's not to me, but to Samuel Taylor. Copyright © 2006 by Nigel Beale.

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One Response to “Coleridge as Literary Agent: Gill’s Audio Interview with Nigel Beale.”

  1. Jim Younger Says:

    Hi Nigel

    Jim Younger here – client of Gill Coleridge – book: High John the Conqueror

    A very interesting interview, and full credit to you for getting it and putting it on the web.

    I wish you all the best for your future projects.

    Jim

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