ACM UK

ACM UK was founded in London in 2019 and represents writers and brands throughout the world. Led by publishing veteran and agent Toby Mundy (founder and publisher of Atlantic Books and executive director of the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-fiction), ACM UK’s other agents include Trevor Dolby (former publisher and managing director of Harper Entertainment and publisher of Preface, an imprint of Random House), Max Edwards (founder of Apple Tree Literary Agency), Natalie Jerome (former non-fiction publisher at HarperCollins and Bonnier Books), Simon Targett (formerly Associate Editor of the Financial Times and global Editor-in-Chief of The Boston Consulting Group), and Sara O’ Keeffe (formerly Publishing Director at Atlantic Books).

ACM UK’s agents represent books in most categories: Arts & Culture; Business & Politics; Children’s; Food & Cookbooks; Genre fiction; Health & Psychology; History & Narrative non-fiction, Humor & Pop Culture; Literary fiction; Memoir ad biography; Popular fiction; Science & Technology. ACM UK does not represent poetry or drama.

Among ACM UK’s current clients are Stephen Bush, Graham Farmelo, Daniel Finkelstein, Jeffrey Gedmin, David Goodhart, Charles Handy, Nicholas  Humphrey, Charlie Hamilton James, Ian Leslie, Owen Matthews, Richard V Reeves, Alex R. Holmes, and Geoffrey Wheatcroft.

Film, Television, and other performance rights for ACM UK’s authors are handled by ACM’s robust Film and Television Department out of New York City.

ACM UK’s agents generally represent North American rights as well as UK rights for their clients; ACM UK’s translation rights are handled by Susanna Lea Associates out of Paris and London. All translation enquiries should be sent to Mark Kessler at mkessler@susannalea.com.

All inquiries regarding ACM UK should be sent to ukenquiries@aevitascreative.com.