Janklow & Nesbit UK
Foolproof: Why We Fall for Misinformation and How to Build Immunity
The Jewel Box: How Moths Illuminate Nature’s Hidden Rules
The Sister Surprise
The Furrows
Being You: A New Science of Consciousness
Moro: The Cookbook
In Black and White: A Young Barrister's Story of Race and Class in a Broken Justice System
A Good House for Children
Football School Season 4: Where Football Explains the World
The Fabulists: How Myth-Makers Rule in an Age of Crisis
The Animals of Lockwood Manor
Edge: Leadership Secrets from Football's Top Thinkers
Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding from Anywhere
The Song of Quarkbeast
Womb: The Inside Story of Where We All Began
Bitch: A Revolutionary Guide to Sex, Evolution and the Female Animal
The Cold Case
The Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventure of Les Miserables
News and How to Use It: What to Believe in a Fake News World
15 Million Degrees: A Journey to the Centre of the Sun
Alex's Adventures in Numberland: Dispatches From The Wonderful World of Mathematics
Feel Great, Lose Weight: Long Term, Simple Habits for Lasting and Sustainable Weight Loss
The Debutante Divorcee
The Authority Gap: Why Women Are Still Taken Less Seriously Than Men and What We Can Do About It

Submissions

Please visit our agents’ profiles before submitting.

Thank you for considering Janklow & Nesbit for your submission. We invest a lot of time and effort into reviewing unsolicited manuscripts and particularly in championing first-time authors, and we would be delighted to hear from you.

Please follow the guidelines below to make it easier for us to review your work. If we are interested in reading or hearing more, you will receive a response within eight weeks from submission.

Please note that we do not accept postal submissions, and that we do not consider screenwriters or scripts.

Formatting:
Please title all documents and your email with your full name and the title of your work for ease of reference. Your submission should be double-spaced, size 12 and in a reasonable font.

If you are submitting fiction, you should include a covering letter, synopsis, and either the first three chapters or the first fifty pages, whichever you feel is appropriate. Your covering letter and synopsis should ideally be no longer than a page each.

If you are submitting poetry, you should include a covering letter ideally no longer than a page, a short pitch and small sample of 3-5 poems.

If you are submitting non-fiction, you should include a covering letter ideally no longer than a page, a full outline setting out the aims of each chapter, and if possible a sample chapter.

Submitting:
Please include a covering letter in the body of your email and include other components as attachments. We prefer attachments to be in Word, but PDFs are also acceptable. Please note that we cannot open external links in your email for security reasons, so your work must be attached directly to the email.

Please send your submission to submissions@janklow.co.uk, including your name, the title of your work and the name of the agent you wish to submit to in the subject line. If you would like help deciding which agent you feel would be most suited to your work, you can check agent profiles here. Please only address your email to one of our literary agents.

We do understand the time and effort that goes into crafting a submission, but due to the sheer volume we receive each day we are unable to give a further reply unless we want to read or hear more.

If you have any queries which are not answered on this page, you are welcome to email us at queries@janklow.co.uk. Please note that submissions sent to this email address may not be reviewed.

For information on how Janklow & Nesbit UK handle personal data, please carefully read our Data Protection Policy.

Will Francis
Will Francis
Literary Agent
Will Francis
Claire Paterson Conrad
Claire Paterson Conrad
Literary Agent
Claire Paterson Conrad
Julia Eagleton
Julia Eagleton
Literary Agent
Julia Eagleton
Hayley Steed
Hayley Steed
Literary Agent
Hayley Steed
Emma Leong
Emma Leong
Literary Agent
Emma Leong