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.

Foreign Soil

Maxine Beneba Clarke is the Indie Book of the Year Debut Fiction winner!

‘In Melbourne’s western suburbs, in a dilapidated block of flats overhanging the rattling Footscray train lines, a young black mother is working on a collection of stories.’ We’re very excited that Maxine’s Foreign Soil, a collection of short stories that gives voice to the disenfranchised, the lost, the downtrodden, and the mistreated, has won the Indie Book of the Year […]
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The 2015 Elyne Mitchell Writing Award is open for submissions

‘An invitation to women and men who appreciate the country and country life… The Elyne Mitchell Writing Award commemorates Elyne’s life and work, and has been established to encourage all writers to focus their stories on the Australian rural landscape.’ Fiction or non-fiction, entries close 5.00pm 31st July, 2015. http://elynemitchell.com
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Helene Young triumphs at the Australian Romance Reader Association awards!

Congratulations to Helene Young, whose novel ‘Safe Harbour’ won the 2014 Favourite Romantic Suspense at the Australian Romance Reader Association awards, presented at the Association’s convention in Canberra.
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Thomas Keneally wins the Australia Council Award for Lifetime Achievement in Literature!

We’re thrilled that Tom Keneally has won the Australia Council Award for Lifetime Achievement in Literature. This year he celebrates 50 years as a professional writer, and is still going strong. We’re very much looking forward to the awards ceremony on March 19, where Tom will be honoured alongside 9 other outstanding contributors to Australian culture.