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Ms. Carol Heaton

Greene & Heaton Ltd

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Carol Heaton

Greene & Heaton Ltd

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General Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Stephen Anderton
Lewis Chester
Helen Craig
Charles Elliott
Michael Frayn
P.D. James
Richard Jenkyns
Geoffrey Parker
William Sansom
Jackie Wullschlager
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Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
07/31/2020 07:33 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries. Thanks madchick
07/31/2020 12:27 PM
No longer taking on new clients
10/12/2019 07:11 AM
EQ 7/1/19 (Venom)
CNR 10/7/19 (No word via nudges)
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
10/01/2018 11:59 AM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
04/23/2017 12:34 PM
EQ: 4/19/17, to Nicola Barr

Philosophical/Lit. fiction; 117,000 words
11/04/2015 12:14 PM
EQ: 10/05/2015 Nicola Barr
CNR: 04/11/2015
06/12/2015 05:28 AM
EQ: 5/22
Nudged 6/11 after offer from another agent

YA Contemporary, 60K
04/09/2015 03:06 PM
EQ: 10/29
FR: 10/30
R&R based on feedback: 11/28 - so that's what I'll be working on!

Update: 3/9 - I had been dialoguing with Jamie Coleman re this manuscript, but he informed me this morning he's moving into an editing role in non-fiction, so . . . He told me there would probably be other agents interested, gave me the name and email of the person to contact about finding another G&H agent, and told me to mention that he [Jamie] had been keen on the manuscript.

CNR: 4/9 - I emailed the person Jamie had suggested but received no response. Really a bit heartbroken over this one, as it was the closest I'd come to landing an agent.
03/10/2015 11:01 AM
EQ: 10th March 2015

Contemporary fiction, 80,000 words. Submitted to Nicola Barr.
03/09/2015 05:10 PM
That sounds great, m_pepper! I'm sorry that Jamie won't be continuing with you but it sounds like he's very supportive. Good luck!
02/17/2015 04:59 PM
EQ: 2/17
(to Jamie Coleman)
Adult fantasy
01/10/2015 12:54 AM
EQ: 11/10/14
CNR: 12/22/14
12/01/2014 06:19 PM
Good luck with the revisions, m_pepper.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
06/10/2013 10:48 AM
Profile Updated. (Thanks catherineb)
06/02/2013 09:13 PM
Note : Greene & Heaton's website says the agency does accept email and snail mail submissions; the site has complete instructions for queries. You might want to update the overview. While they rarely take writers from outside the UK, the site claims it's possible. Thx.
10/30/2009 12:23 PM
10-30-09 - equeried re: commercial fiction.
08/18/2008 12:00 PM
Email is info@greeneheaton.co.uk although this is not to be used for submissions.

Genres include all types of fiction and non-fiction.
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07/31/2020 - Closed to queries.
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