Welcome to Curtis Brown

We are Australia’s oldest and largest literary agency representing a diverse range of Australian and New Zealand writers.

Curtis Brown is keen to source works by young and promising writers whilst also looking after many established clients and significant estates.

On our website you will find information about our agency, how to submit material to us, and the clients and Estates we represent.

Our Sydney office is open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

SUBMISSIONS: Our Submissions Department is currently CLOSED. Please check our submission guidelines for further information.

Ryan, Kate

Congratulations, Kate Ryan

Congratulations to Kate Ryan on winning the inaugural Writers Prize in the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2015. The judges commented, “Kate Ryan’s entered essay, ‘Psychotherapy for Normal People’, is a powerful and engaging work and account of the psychotherapeutic process by an accomplished Victorian writer.” In addition, Kate, also an author of fiction and children’s […]
Moriarty, Ros

Congratulations, Ros

Ros Moriarty (author of the memoir Listening to Country, and many children’s picture books) has won the Business Enterprise category of the 2015 Financial Review/Westpac ‘100 Women of Influence’ Awards. See her thoughts here: linkedin.com/pulse/power-influence-ros-moriarty
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Congratulations, Rebecca Johnson

Rebecca Johnson (author of the popular children’s fiction series JULIET, NEARLY A VET) has received the Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools. Rebecca, a school science specialist teacher, has published over 80 books on Australian birds and animals. rebeccajohnson.com.au
Mark Cross Mental As

Congratulations, Dr Mark Cross

Dr Mark Cross, known for the ABC TV series CHANGING MINDS, has been selected to receive the Meritorious Service Award recipient from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists’ (RANZCP)’s NSW Branch Committee. ‘The creation of the Changing Minds television series was a great moment for mental health care in New South Wales,’ […]