The AAA is a voluntary trade association for literary agencies.
We do not represent clients directly.
As such, we’re not able to offer advice on finding representation by an agent or getting published. We also do not hold information about specific titles or literary agents.
To find a literary agency or agent from our Members’ Directory, please click the button below. You can find a list of all AAA members and their contact details.
Every agency has their own submission guidelines and requirements, often listed on their website.
If you’re a writer looking for information on how to get an agent or how to get published, or for writing or hardship grants, here are some useful resources to point you in the right direction:
The Society of Authors
The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain
The Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook (Bloomsbury)
The Royal Literary Fund
The Royal Society of Literature
ALCS (The Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society Limited)
Directory of Literature Organisations
The National Centre for Writing
PLR (Public Lending Right)
Our current member agencies include literary agents from all walks of life — no matter your background or your past experience, there’s space for everyone in agenting.
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