We are delighted to announce that Greyhound Literary will represent translation rights in all languages for Storm, effective immediately.
After an enthusiastic response from authors and agents and some significant hires for our editorial team, we expect to release more than seventy titles with World Rights in 2023. Our first books will be published in May 2023 and Storm will represent translation rights for many of its authors.
Publisher Kathryn Taussig, responsible for overseeing rights at Storm, said of the move:
“I was so impressed with Greyhound Literary’s clear vision for Storm’s international publishing. Sam Edenborough brings a huge wealth of experience to the job – our authors’ translation rights really couldn’t be in safer hands. Greyhound is a young but already incredibly inspiring agency, and the perfect fit to launch Storm’s list internationally.”
Sam Edenborough, Co-owner and Rights Director at Greyhound, commented:
“When the chance to work with Storm came along, we leapt at the chance. Oliver and Kathryn have assembled the most amazing team. Their energy, clear sense of the market and commitment to publishing distinctive, addictive storytellers are irresistible qualities. At Greyhound we will relish the business of finding new international audiences for Storm’s authors in translation and we can’t wait to start talking to editors around the world about their list.”
Greyhound Literary is a London-based literary agency. Their team has years of experience gained across the book industry and an exciting, varied client list.
About Greyhound Literary
Charlie Campbell co-founded Kingsford Campbell in 2014, which later became CCLA. Chairman Patrick Janson-Smith has been with the agency since it was founded. In January 2022, Sam Edenborough joined as co-owner and director, having sold translation rights for Charlie and his colleagues for 8 years in his previous role at ILA. Together they re-branded the company as Greyhound Literary.