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July 19, 2014

Ginny Good is an okay book. It's easily as good or better than any book published anywhere in the world so far this century, but that's not saying much. The Multimedia Audio Book of GINNY GOOD is the best work of literary art ever made. That's saying a lot. Click this link, listen to a single chapter and see for yourself.

http://everyonewhosanyone.com/audio/GGch19m.mp3

You can read and/or listen to Ginny Good (ISBN: 0972635750) on any device for free.

http://everyonewhosanyone.com/ggcha.html

The link includes the index to The Multimedia Audio Book of GINNY GOOD, which is free, too—everything I do is free. Click the "Listen (Multimedia)" links to hear more chapters. If you want to hear the whole fifteen hour extravaganza (all thirty-five chapters) on .mp3 CDs, give me a mailing address and I'll send you a copy.

Gerard Jones
everyone@everyonewhosanyone.com
http://www.everyonewhosanyone.com





Hachette UK
338 Euston Road
London, NW1 3BH

(Orion Publishing Group, Little, Brown Book Group, Headline Publishing Group, Hodder & Stoughton, John Murray)

http://www.hachette.co.uk



Orion Publishing Group
Orion House
5 Upper St. Martin's Lane
London WC2H 9EA

(Orion Books, Gollancz, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Cassell Military, Orion Audio Books)

http://www.orionbooks.co.uk

Peter Roche, CEO
peter.roche@orionbooks.co.uk

Malcolm Edwards (@)
Deputy CEO, Publisher, Orion Books
malcolm.edwards@orionbooks.co.uk

Alan Samson, Publisher, Weidenfeld & Nicholson
alan.samson@orionbooks.co.uk

Lisa Milton, Managing Director, Orion Books
lisa.milton@orionbooks.co.uk

Jon Wood, Editorial Director, Fiction, Orion Books
jon.wood@orionbooks.co.uk

Kate Mills, Deputy Publishing Director, Orion Books
kate.mills@orionbooks.co.uk

Kirsty Dunseath, Publishing Director, Fiction, Weidenfeld & Nicolson
kirsty.dunseath@orionbooks.co.uk

Amanda Harris, Nonfiction
amanda.harris@orionbooks.co.uk

Amanda Harris, Senior Commissioning Editor, Nonfiction
amanda.harris@orionbooks.co.uk

Ian Preece
ian.preece@orionbooks.co.uk

Susan Lamb
susan.lamb@orionbooks.co.uk

Gillian Redfearn
gillian.redfearn@orionbooks.co.uk

Genevieve Pegg
genevieve.pegg@orionbooks.co.uk

Candace Blakely
candace.blakely@orionbooks.co.uk

Jade Chandler
jade.chandler@orionbooks.co.uk

Jane Sturrock
jane.sturrock@orionbooks.co.uk

Natalie Braine
natalie.braine@orionbooks.co.uk

Orion Audio Books

audio@orionbooks.co.uk

Pandora White, Audio Manager
pandora.white@orionbooks.co.uk



Little, Brown Book Group
Brettenham House
Lancaster Place
London WC2E 7EN

(Abacus, Little, Brown, Atom Books, Time Warner Books, Virago Press, Orbit)

http://www.littlebrown.co.uk

Ursula Mackenzie, CEO, Publisher
ursula.mackenzie@littlebrown.co.uk

Lennie Goodings, Publisher, Virago
lennie.goodings@littlebrown.co.uk

Richard Beswick, Publishing Director, Little, Brown & Abacus
richard.beswick@littlebrown.co.uk

Antonia Hodgson, Publishing Director, Sphere
antonia.hodgson@littlebrown.co.uk

Sarah Shrubb
sarah.shrubb@littlebrown.co.uk

Bella Pagan, Orbit
bella.pagan@littlebrown.co.uk

Anna Gregson, Orbit
anna.gregson@littlebrown.co.uk

Anne Clarke, Orbit
anne.clarke@littlebrown.co.uk

David Shelley
david.shelley@littlebrown.co.uk

Barbara Daniel
barbara.daniel@littlebrown.co.uk

Samantha Smith
samantha.smith@littlebrown.co.uk

Nathalie Morse
nathalie.morse@littlebrown.co.uk

Sara Howley
sara.howley@littlebrown.co.uk



Hodder Headline, Plc
338 Euston Road
London NW1 3BH

(Headline, Hodder & Stoughton)

http://www.hodderheadline.co.uk

http://www.hodder.co.uk

Headline Contacts

Martin Neild, Managing Director
martin.neild@headline.co.uk

Marion Donaldson, Publishing Director
marion.donaldson@headline.co.uk

Lorraine Jerram, Managing Editor
lorraine.jerram@headline.co.uk

Harriet Evans, Publisher, Commercial Women's Fiction
harriet.evans@headline.co.uk

Jane Morpeth, Director of Fiction
jane.morpeth@headline.co.uk

Val Hudson, Director of Nonfiction
val.hudson@headline.co.uk

Charlotte Mendelson, Associate Publisher, Review
charlotte.mendelson@headline.co.uk

Andrea Henry, Commissioning Editor
andrea.henry@headline.co.uk

Martin Fletcher, Editor-at-Large, Fiction
martin.fletcher@headline.co.uk

Sherise Hobbs, Fiction Editor
sherise.hobbs@headline.co.uk

Clare Foss, Editor
clare.foss@headline.co.uk

Claire Baldwin, Editorial Assistant
claire.baldwin@headline.co.uk

Mary-Anne Harrington, Fiction Editor
mary-anne.harrington@headline.co.uk

Flora Rees, Fiction Editor
flora.rees@headline.co.uk

Catherine Cobain
catherine.cobain@headline.co.uk

Jo Roberts-Miller
jo.roberts-miller@headline.co.uk

Leah Woodburn
leah.woodburn@headline.co.uk

Alice Shepherd
alice.shepherd@headline.co.uk

Kate Byrne
kate.byrne@headline.co.uk

Harriet Bourton
harriet.bourton@headline.co.uk

Josh Ireland
josh.ireland@headline.co.uk

Leah Woodburn
leah.woodburn@headline.co.uk

Bernie Dive
bernard.dive@headline.co.uk

Joanna Whitford
joanna.whitford@headline.co.uk

Sarah Douglas
sarah.douglas@headline.co.uk.


Hodder Contacts


Nick Sayers, Publisher, Hodder Stoughton
nick.sayers@hodder.co.uk

Lisa Highton, Deputy Managing Director
lisa.highton@hodder.co.uk

Suzie Doore, Senior Editor
suzie.doore@hodder.co.uk

Jamie Hodder-Williams
jamie.hodder-williams@hodder.co.uk

Sue Fletcher
susan.fletcher@hodder.co.uk

Suzy van den Berg
suzy.vandenberg@hodder.co.uk

Carole Welch
carole.welch@hodder.co.uk

Sara Kinsella, Senior Editor, Hodder Fiction
sara.kinsella@hodder.co.uk

Carolyn Mays
carolyn.mays@hodder.co.uk

Isobel Akenhead
isobel.akenhead@hodder.co.uk

Francine Toon
francine.toon@hodder.co.uk

Kate Howard
kate.howard@hodder.co.uk

Tanya Cowell
tanya.cowell@hodder.co.uk

Ruth Tross
ruth.tross@hodder.co.uk

Fenella Bates
fenella.bates@hodder.co.uk

Laura Macdougall
laura.macdougall@hodder.co.uk

Sophie Missing
sophie.missing@hodder.co.uk



John Murray
338 Euston Road
London, NW1 3BH

http://www.johnmurray.co.uk

enquiries@johnmurrays.co.uk

Victoria Murray-Browne
victoria.murray-browne@johnmurrays.co.uk

Bernard Dive
bernard.dive@johnmurrays.co.uk

Caroline Westmore
caroline.westmore@johnmurrays.co.uk

Kate Parkin
kate.parkin@johnmurrays.co.uk



Macmillan Book Publishing Group
20 New Wharf Road
London N1 9RR

Macmillan Publishers Limited
Brunel Road, Houndmills
Basingstoke
Hampshire RG21 6XS

(Pan Macmillan, Picador, Palgrave, Sidgwick & Jackson, Papermac)

http://www.macmillan.co.uk

http://www.palgrave.com

David Macmillan, Director
d.macmillan@macmillan.co.uk

Anthony Forbes Watson, Managing Director
a.forbes-watson@macmillan.co.uk

Dominic Knight, Managing Director, Palgrave
d.knight@palgrave.com

David North, Managing Director, Pan
d.north@macmillan.co.uk

Maria Rejt, Deputy Publishing Director
m.rejt@macmillan.co.uk

Peter Lavery, Editorial Director
p.lavery@macmillan.co.uk

Jeremy Trevathan, Publisher
j.trevathan@macmillan.co.uk

Paul Baggaley, Editorial
p.baggaley@macmillan.co.uk

Penny Price
p.price@macmillan.co.uk

Bruno Vincent
b.vincent@macmillan.co.uk

Trish Jackson
t.jackson@macmillan.co.uk

Julie Crisp
j.crisp@macmillan.co.uk

Sam Jeskins
s.jeskins@macmillan.com

Lorraine Baxter
l.baxter@macmillan.co.uk

Sophie Orme
s.orme@macmillan.co.uk

Jon Butler
jon.butler@macmillan.co.uk



Penguin Books Ltd.
80 Strand
London, WC2R 0RL

(Penguin, Penguin Paperbacks, Penguin Press, Hamish Hamilton, Michael Joseph, Viking)

http://www.penguin.co.uk

John Makinson, Chairman
john.makinson@penguin.co.uk

Helen Fraser, Managing Director
helen.fraser@penguin.co.uk

Stefan McGrath, Managing Director, Penguin Press
stefan.mcgrath@penguin.co.uk

Juliet Annan, Publishing Director, Imprint to be Named Later
juliet.annan@penguin.co.uk


Sorry, but I don't think this is for me or the Viking UK list.

Dear Juliet: Thanks for taking a quick look and getting back to me. Sorry such a gorgeous, funny, smart, sexy, thoughtful novel; a novel that has something to say, a novel people will keep buying and buying and buying for decades to come, etc. isn't right for you. Oh, well. I suppose I could just write ephemeral fluff like everyone else, but what fun would that be? The tougher the nut the sweeter the meat. Let me know if you change your mind. Here's part of what the Viking UK list is missing out on. It's got some Beatles stuff. Thanks again. G.

http://everyonewhosanyone.com/audio/GGch23m.mp3

Venetia Butterfield, Publishing Director, Viking
venetia.butterfield@penguin.co.uk

Simon Winder, Publishing Director, Penguin Press
simon.winder@penguin.co.uk

Tom Weldon, Managing Director, Penguin General Division
tom.weldon@penguin.co.uk

Rowland White, Publisher, Michael Joseph
rowland.white@penguin.co.uk

Simon Prosser, Publishing Director, Hamish Hamilton
simon.prosser@penguin.co.uk


Dear Gerard, Many thanks for sending me the synopsis and first chapter of your new novel. Sadly, it doesn't look quite right for the Hamish Hamilton list, but I'd definitely show it to other editors—and possibly agents. I hope that you find the right home for it. All best, Simon

Dear Simon: Thanks for taking a look and getting back to me. I've showed it to upwards of 500 agents and editors, all of whom have been scared off by the fact that the protagonist had a dream during an epileptic seizure which included Oprah Winfrey. This book will truly win every prize for literature there is and will also sell more copies over the next fifty years than Catcher in the Rye and Lord of the Flies combined, but it won't ever get published because no agent or editor is brave enough to read it and understand that for himself. This is not directed at you, per se, by the way, but at the ephemeral, superficial, incestuous, tried and true, cookie-cutter publishing industry in general. Thanks again. G.

Louise Moore, Managing Director, Michael Joseph
louise.moore@penguin.co.uk

Tony Lacey
Editorial Director, Viking/Hamish Hamilton
tony.lacey@penguin.co.uk

Stuart Proffitt, Publishing Director Penguin Press
stuart.proffitt@penguin.co.uk

Georgina Laycock
georgina.laycock@penguin.co.uk

Kate Barker
kate.barker@penguin.co.uk

Eleo Gordon, Editorial Director, Viking
eleo.gordon@penguin.co.uk

Adam Freudenheim, Publisher, Classics
adam.freudenheim@penguin.co.uk

Margaret Bluman, Contracts Director, Penguin Group
margaret.bluman@penguin.co.uk

Deborah Wright, Operations Director
deborah.wright@penguin.co.uk

Michal Shavit
michal.shavit@uk.penguingroup.com

Phillip Birch
phillip.birch@uk.penguingroup.com

Mariateresa Boffo
mariateresa.boffo@uk.penguingroup.com



Random House
20 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London SW1V 2SA

(Arrow, Jonathan Cape, Secker & Warburg, Cedar, Ebury, Chatto & Windus, Century, William Heinemann, Hutchinson, Vintage)

http://www.randomhouse.co.uk


January 16, 2011

I just sent this e-mail to everyone on my little list of people at Random House and Transworld Publishers:



Read and/or listen to:

Ginny Good (ISBN: 0972635750) anywhere, any time, on any device for free.

http://everyonewhosanyone.com/ggcha.html

"...of all the books I've read, Ginny Good is the only book that had me simultaneously crying my eyeballs out and laughing my head off. Several times throughout, in fact. In a word: WOW."

Oh, oh, p.s., as part of "UK Editors and Publishers," here's the new page you're listed on:

http://everyonewhosanyone.com/eduk.html

If anything needs fixing, let me know. Thanks. G.

Gerard Jones
http://everyonewhosanyone.com


None of them got through. They all came back with this message: "Sorry, your email address has been blacklisted." Is everyone at Random House and Transworld crazy? Wouldn't they want to know about a book worth reading and/or listening to after all the drivel they've published in the last twenty years? Of course they would. So, out of duty and kindness, I went to a lot of extra trouble to send them the same e-mail from a different e-mail address...and it worked! Yippee! I guess the problem with my beautiful book is that it's free. Oh, well. Nothing's perfect. G.

Gail Rebuck
grebuck@randomhouse.co.uk

Susan Sandon, Publisher, Arrow
ssandon@randomhouse.co.uk

Nigel Wilcockson, Publishing Director
Imprint to be Named Later
nwilcockson@randomhouse.co.uk

Fiona MacIntyre, Publisher, Ebury
fmacintyre@randomhouse.co.uk

Simon Master, Advisor
smaster@randomhouse.co.uk

Richard Cable, Leader
rcable@randomhouse.co.uk

Peter Bowron, Group Managing Director
pbowron@randomhouse.co.uk

Zoe Howes, Commissioning Editor, Audio Books
zhowes@randomhouse.co.uk

Rachel Cugnoni, Publishing Director
rcugnoni@randomhouse.co.uk

Dan Franklin, Publishing Director, Jonathan Cape
dfranklin@randomhouse.co.uk

Jake Lingwood, Deputy Publisher, Ebury
jlingwood@randomhouse.co.uk

Jason Arthur, Editorial Director, Vintage
jarthur@randomhouse.co.uk

Kate Elton, Publishing Director, Arrow
kelton@randomhouse.co.uk

Jenny Uglow, Editor, Chatto
juglow@randomhouse.co.uk

Caroline Knight, Managing Editorial Director, William Heinemann
cknight@randomhouse.co.uk

Geoff Mulligan, Editorial Director, Secker & Warburg
gmulligan@randomhouse.co.uk

Liz Foley, Editor, Vintage
efoley@randomhouse.co.uk

Katie Duce, Editor, Century
kduce@randomhouse.co.uk

Poppy Hampson
phampson@randomhouse.co.uk

Alison Hennessey
ahennessey@randomhouse.co.uk

Beth Coates
bcoates@randomhouse.co.uk

Penny Hoare
phoare@randomhouse.co.uk

Sophie Lazar
slazar@randomhouse.co.uk

Briony Everroad
beverroad@randomhouse.co.uk

Juliet Brooke
jbrooke@randomhouse.co.uk

Rosa Bruno
rbruno@randomhouse.co.uk

Briony Nelder
bnelder@randomhouse.co.uk

Parisa Ebrahimi
pebrahimi@randomhouse.co.uk

Laurie Ip Fung Chun
lipfungchun@randomhouse.co.uk

Drummond Moir
dmoir@randomhouse.co.uk

Silvia Crompton
scrompton@randomhouse.co.uk

Frances Jessop
fjessop@randomhouse.co.uk

Stuart Williams
swilliams@randomhouse.co.uk

Ellie Steel
esteel@randomhouse.co.uk

Anna Jean Hughes
ajhughes@randomhouse.co.uk



Transworld Publishers
61-63 Uxbridge Road
London W5 5SA

(Corgi, Black Swan)

http://www.booksattransworld.co.uk

Sally Gaminara, Bantam Press
s.gaminara@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Bill Scott-Kerr, Corgi/Black Swan
b.scott-kerr@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Simon Thorogood, Commissioning Editor, Bantam Press
s.thorogood@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Selina Walker, Editorial Director, Bantam Press
s.walker@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Jane Lawson, Senior Editor, Doubleday
j.lawson@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Marianne Velmans, Doubleday
m.velmans@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Ann-Katrin Ziser
a.ziser@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Helen Edwards, Rights
h.edwards@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Sophie Holmes
s.holmes@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Joanne Williamson
j.williamson@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Suzanne Bridson
s.bridson@transworld-publishers.co.uk

Maddy Price
m.price@transworld-publishers.co.uk



Simon & Schuster UK, Ltd.
Africa House
64 - 78 Kingsway
London WC2B 6AH

(International Pocket Books, Scribner, Simon & Schuster, Free Press)

http://www.simonsays.com

Ian Chapman
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
ian.chapman@simonandschuster.co.uk

Suzanne Baboneau, Publishing Director
suzanne.baboneau@simonandschuster.co.uk

Nigel Stoneman
Deputy Publishing Director
nigel.stoneman@simonandschuster.co.uk

Andrew Gordon
Editorial Director, Free Press
andrew.gordon@simonandschuster.co.uk

Angela Herlihy
Senior Commissioning Editor, Nonfiction
angela.herlihy@simonandschuster.co.uk

Kerri Sharp, Commissioning Editor
kerri.sharp@simonandschuster.co.uk

Kate Lyall-Grant
kate.lyall-grant@simonandschuster.co.uk

Rory Scarfe
rory.scarfe@simonandschuster.co.uk



Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc.
38 Soho Square
London W1D 3HB

http://www.bloomsbury.com

Writers' Resources

Nigel Newton, CEO
nigel_newton@bloomsbury.com


I'll fix things. Now if you could have someone around there buy the British rights to Ginny Good they would be most appreciative. Here's what the editor of The Bookseller said about it in The Guardian. Thanks. G.

Richard Charkin, Executive Director @
richard_charkin@bloomsbury.com


Richard Charkin, when he was with Macmillan, had a blog upon which he had this to say about me:


I don't think anyone hates Gerard and certainly no-one that I know of minds his publishing names etc. Actually nonbody gives a damn about him. The question is why does he bother?

To which I said: Why he bothers is that books have become "product," merely another means to make nothing but money...not art, not truth, not beauty, nothing worth anything but money. Books themselves don't matter a whit, how much money they generate is all. With the right packaging, enough endorsements, a fair amount of expensive hype and a modicum of proof-reading, any piece of unreadable drivel can make some short-term money. That's the publishing industry's stock in trade. It's the same as the salami industry. There are truly great salamis out there that nobody's ever going to get to eat 'cause you don't see 'em advertised on the telly. The Audio Book of Ginny Good is a greater literary experience than everything Macmillan has published in the last twenty years combined but nobody's ever gonna listen to it 'cause nobody can make any money off it 'cause it's free. That's anathema. G.

Well, I think Gerard is wrong. The publishing industry is full of people who care about books. He wants to believe the opposite simply because his proposals haven't been accepted as widely as he'd have liked. There are always two explanations of failure. One is that you need to try harder or get better. The other is that the world is conspiring against you. The latter is better for the ego. The former is probably the more likely.

I can't seem to get your comment thing to work, but here's what I tried to say: "Well, I suppose you could read the book or listen to the audio and decide for yourself which explanation, if either, is true...neither of which you will do 'cause you like things to be as you perceive them to be, not as they are. Prove me wrong. I dare you. Heh. G."

Update, October, 2006

...I wonder when it will dawn on Gerard that it may not be a media conspiracy which is blocking his success but that readers aren't that interested in buying his book.

I've made myself up a new art form...The Occasional Exquisite E-mail Press Release. I'm gonna publish them on my website from time to time and send 'em to sundry people on the list of 20,000 agents, editors and publishers, movie agents, studios and producers, media guys, publicists, bloggers, book award guys and "creative" writing teachers I've come up with over the last four years who constitute the modern-day equivalent of the Reich Ministry of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment. Ha! That whole idea makes me happy. You've reprinted an early version of the first one, and for that I thank you, but here's the salient point to which you might want to pay closer attention. G.

"When you write a great work of timeless literature and get it published the way you want it published, whether it makes money or not is superfluous. What's even more superfluous is the sickeningly synthetic, book-doctored schlock and pretentious claptrap that wins awards and gets itself on "bestseller" lists. Keeping people stupid slaves can't be a very rewarding way to make a living. Can it? Nah. The geniuses who run the media and entertainment industries will understand that one of these days. Or not. G."

Gerard, I thought the purpose of writing was for people to read what is written. 24 copies is nothing really to be proud of. And while best seller lists are definitely not the only or the most important criterion of success being on them is not a sign of failure either.

The purpose of writing is to write something WORTH reading. The silly fluff that people BUY because of the hype it gets isn't worth reading or writing. All it does is make money. Big whoop. With enough hype, a recipe for Yorkshire pudding will sell a billion copies; without any hype great works of literature will go unread. If selling silly fluff is what you want to devote your energy to, knock yourself out. I prefer to devote mine to writing great literature whether it sells or not...read my stuff and see what I mean. I dare you. The proof is in the pudding. Heh. G.

Liz Calder, Publisher
liz_calder@bloomsbury.com

Alexandra Pringle, Editor-in-Chief
alexandra_pringle@bloomsbury.com

Kathy Rooney, Director
kathy_rooney@bloomsbury.com

Helen Garnons-Williams, Editorial Director
helen_garnons-williams@bloomsbury.com

Bill Swainson, Editor
bill_swainson@bloomsbury.com

Madeleine Stevens
madeleine_stevens@bloomsbury.com

Tram-Anh Doan
tram-anh_doan@bloomsbury.com

Nick Humphrey
nick_humphrey@bloomsbury.com

Sarah Odedina, Children's Books
sarah_odedina@bloomsbury.com

Safaa Mraish
safaa.mraish@bloomsbury.com



Granta Books
2/3 Hanover Yard
Noel Road
London N1 8BE

http://www.granta.com

Sigrid Rausing, Owner
srausing@granta.com

Sara Holloway
sholloway@granta.com

Bella Shand
bshand@granta.com



HarperCollins Publisher
77-85 Fulham Palace Road
London W6 8JB

(HarperCollins, Fourth Estate)

http://www.harpercollins.co.uk

http://www.4thestate.co.uk

Victoria Barnsley, CEO
victoria.barnsley@harpercollins.co.uk

Belinda Budge, Publisher
belinda.budge@harpercollins.co.uk

Georgia Mason, Harper Perennial
georgia.mason@harpercollins.co.uk

Nicholas Pearson, Editor, Fourth Estate
nicholas.pearson@harpercollins.co.uk

Clare Reihill, Senior Editor, Fiction, Fourth Estate
clare.reihill@harpercollins.co.uk

Caroline Ridding, Publisher, Avon
caroline.ridding@harpercollins.co.uk

Emma Coode, Commissioning Editor, HarperFiction
emma.coode@harpercollins.co.uk

Sarah Hodgson, HarperFiction
sarah.hodgson@harpercollins.co.uk

Lynne Drew
lynne.drew@harpercollins.co.uk

Susan Watt
susan.watt@harpercollins.co.uk

Clare Smith, Fiction Editor, HarperPress
clare.smith@harpercollins.co.uk

Essie Cousins
essie.cousins@harpercollins.co.uk

Arabella Pike, Nonfiction Editor, HarperPress
arabella.pike@harpercollins.co.uk

Susanna Skinner
susanna.skinner@harpercollins.co.uk

Annabel Wright
annabel.wright@harpercollins.co.uk

Keshini Naidoo
keshini.naidoo@harpercollins.co.uk

Mark Richards
mark.richards@harpercollins.co.uk

Sophie Goulden
sophie.goulden@harpercollins.co.uk

Andrew Campbell
andrew.campbell@harpercollins.co.uk

Sammia Rafique
sammia.rafique@harpercollins.co.uk

Emad Akhtar
emad.akhtar@harpercollins.co.uk



Faber and Faber Ltd.
3 Queen's Square
London WC1N 3AU

http://www.faber.co.uk

Stephen Page, CEO, Publisher
stephen.page@faber.co.uk

Rachel Alexander, Director
rachel.alexander@faber.co.uk

Will Atkinson, Director
will.atkinson@faber.co.uk

Belinda Matthews, Editorial Director
belinda.matthews@faber.co.uk

Lee Brackstone, Editorial Director, Fiction
lee.brackstone@faber.co.uk

Angus Cargill, Fiction Editor
angus.cargill@faber.co.uk

Alex Holroyd
alex.holroyd@faber.co.uk

Sian Evans
sian.evans@faber.co.uk

Hannah Griffiths
hannah.griffiths@faber.co.uk

Sarah Savitt
sarah.savitt@faber.co.uk

Helen Francis
helen.francis@faber.co.uk

Belinda Matthews
belinda.matthews@faber.co.uk

Archana Rao
archana.rao@faber.co.uk

Dinah Wood
dinahw@faber.co.uk

Katherine Armstrong
katherinea@faber.co.uk

Ruth Atkins
ruth.atkins@faber.co.uk



Atlantic Books
Ormond House
26-27 Boswell St
London WC1N 3JZ

(Atlantic Books, Guardian Books, Observer Books)

http://www.atlantic-books.co.uk

enquiries@atlantic-books.co.uk

Toby Mundy, Managing Director and Publisher
Atlantic Books, an imprint of Grove Atlantic Limited
tobymundy@atlantic-books.co.uk

Angus MacKinnon, Executive Editor
angusmackinnon@atlantic-books.co.uk

Sarah Norman
sarahnorman@atlantic-books.co.uk

Ilona Chavasse, Rights Executive
ilonachavasse@atlantic-books.co.uk

Valerie Duff
val@atlantic-books.co.uk

Frances Owen
francesowen@atlantic-books.co.uk

Vanessa Kerr
vanessakerr@atlantic-books.co.uk



Icon Books
The Old Dairy
Brook Road, Thriplow
Cambridge SG8 7RG

Omnibus Business Centre
39-41 North Rd
London N7 9DP

http://www.iconbooks.co.uk

info@iconbooks.co.uk

Peter Pugh, Managing Director
peter.pugh@iconbooks.co.uk

Duncan Heath, Editorial Director (!)
duncan.heath@iconbooks.co.uk

Tansy Hiner, Assistant to the Managing Director
tansy.hiner@iconbooks.co.uk

Simon Flynn, Publishing Director
simon.flynn@iconbooks.co.uk

Henry Lord, Editorial Assistant
henry.lord@iconbooks.co.uk

Sarah Higgins, Editor
sarah.higgins@iconbooks.co.uk

Andrew Furlow, Marketing Director (!)
andrew.furlow@iconbooks.co.uk

Najma Finlay, Publicity
najma.finlay@iconbooks.co.uk

Eleanor Crabtree, Publicity Assistant
eleanor.crabtree@iconbooks.co.uk



Quercus Publishing
21 Bloomsbury Square
London WC1A 2NS

http://www.quercusbooks.co.uk

Mark Smith, CEO
mark.smith@quercusbooks.co.uk

Jane Wood, Publisher
jane.wood@quercusbooks.co.uk

David Murphy
david.murphy@quercusbooks.co.uk

Emma Ward
emma.ward@quercusbooks.co.uk

Lucy Ramsey
lucy.ramsey@quercusbooks.co.uk

Ron Beard
ron.beard@quercusbooks.co.uk

Charlotte Clerk
charlotte.clerk@quercusbooks.co.uk

Nicci Praca
nicci.praca@quercusbooks.co.uk

Iain Millar
iain.millar@quercusbooks.co.uk



Piatkus Books
5 Windmill Street
London W1T 2JA

http://www.piatkus.co.uk

Gill Bailey
gbailey@piatkus.co.uk

Judy Piatkus
jpiatkus@piatkus.co.uk

Allie Collins
acollins@piatkus.co.uk

Claire Bennett
cbennett@piatkus.co.uk



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