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 OPEN. Please check our submission guidelines for further information.

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The Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelists Awards feature 3 Curtis Brown authors

Congratulations Maxine Beneba Clarke (‘Foreign Soil,’ Hachette), Omar Musa​ (‘Here Come the Dogs,’ Hamish Hamilton), and Alice Pung​ (‘Laurinda,’ Black Inc.)! One of the judges, Linda Morris, described the writers as ‘outsiders writing about what it is to be outsiders. Their stories are peopled by loners, the disenfranchised, the broken and the criminal. Barely a peep of white […]
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Australian Book Designers Association Awards announced

Congratulations to the designers of these beautiful books: Jon Foye, ‘Mike I Don’t Like‘ (ABC Books/ HarperCollins); Bruno Herfst & Marc Martin, ‘Max‘ (Viking); Laura Thomas, ‘What Came Before‘ (Viking). http://abda.com.au/
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Curtis Brown clients shine at the Australian Book Industry Awards

‘The 52-Storey Treehouse‘ by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton won Book of the Year and the award for Younger Children while ‘Foreign Soil‘ by Maxine Beneba Clarke won Literary Fiction Book of the Year. Congratulations all! abiawards.com.au/current-winners/
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Jaclyn Moriarty honoured at the 2015 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards

The Cracks in the Kingdom, published by Pan Macmillan, won the Ethel Turner Prize for Young People’s Literature. The awards were announced at the NSW State Library on May 18. ‘Time slides around the world so strangely…’ It’s not easy being Princess Ko.