June 21, 2021

AM Heath: Translation Rights Executive/Senior Rights Executive

We are looking for an energetic, proactive and organised person to join the dynamic team at AM Heath as a Rights Executive or Senior Rights Executive, depending on experience. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with at least two years’ experience in publishing, who is looking to take the next step in their career.

AM Heath is a tight-knit and supportive company. Our agency list covers a broad range of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books & YA, and ranges from the most iconic authors of the 20th century, to the top ranks of literary and commercial success today.

We are looking for someone with strong communication skills, good commercial awareness, and a keen interest in the international markets. Our ideal candidate is an avid reader of books across a wide range of genres, and someone keen to develop and maintain strong relationships with clients, publishers, co-agents and scouts.

The role will involve selling translation rights across several territories – both direct and co-agented – as well as some administration including drafting contracts.

While we are currently working remotely, this role will be at least partly based in our London office once it reopens. We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are under-represented in the creative industries.

We are offering a minimum salary of £27,000.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Alexandra McNicoll ( by the 3rd of July. We reserve the right to close the application process early if we have found the right candidate.

February 2, 2021

Internship opportunity: Translation Rights at A.M. Heath

We are delighted to be working with Creative Access to recruit for our new Translation Rights internship! If you’d like to join our team, we’d love to hear from you.

More details here


The application deadline for this role has now passed.

August 4, 2020

Job Opportunity – Agents’ Assistant at A.M. Heath

The application deadline for this role has now passed.

A.M. Heath are seeking an enthusiastic, hard-working and organised person to support two senior agents, Victoria Hobbs and Euan Thorneycroft, in their representation of authors and estates.

Our ideal candidate will be rigorous, resourceful, intuitive, and have a great editorial eye. Strong writing and communication skills are essential. Previous publishing experience is not necessary, but a keen interest in books is a must. The successful applicant will be someone who reads across a wide range of genres in both fiction and non-fiction.

Responsibilities will include:

• Reading and reporting on submissions
• Producing editorial notes on manuscripts
• Database and schedule management
• Author care
• Diary management
• Reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts
• Providing full administrative support

While we are currently working remotely, this role will be based in our London office once it reopens.

In order to apply, we would like you to send a CV and answers (maximum 250 words each) to the questions below:

1. Why would you like to work at A.M. Heath?
2. Tell us about a book you read recently and why you liked – or didn’t like – it.
3. Please tell us about any editorial or administrative experience you have acquired.

Please send your email, including your answers and with your CV attached, to Victoria Hobbs ( and Jessica Sinyor ( by 5pm on Wednesday 12th August. The ideal start date for this role is 24th August.

Salary: £23,000 per annum

April 22, 2020

Hilary Mantel and Maggie O’Farrell shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020

Hilary Mantel and Maggie O’Farrell have both made the six-book shortlist for the Women’s Prize for Fiction, 2020. Maggie O’Farrell’s eighth novel, Hamnet, has been critically lauded, while the publication of Hilary Mantel’s The Mirror & the Light has been heralded as the book event of the decade.

Congratulations to Maggie and Hilary! Two glorious historical novels to sink your teeth into, if you haven’t yet.

March 5, 2020

‘Publishing event of the decade?’

Publication day is finally here! Hilary Mantel’s eagerly awaited novel, The Mirror & the Light, is now in bookshops and we couldn’t be more thrilled that readers around the world now get to enjoy the final instalment of the double-Booker winning Wolf Hall trilogy.

In a move that brought anticipation and excitement for the book to fever pitch, the cover of The Mirror & the Light was projected onto The Tower of London last night, perhaps fulfilling James Daunt’s prediction that this would be the publishing event of the decade.

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