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D H H Literary Agency Appoints New Agent Natalie Galustian

Posted at 12:22PM Thursday 21 Mar 2013

D H H literary agency is pleased to announce that Natalie Galustian has joined them as a literary agent.

Natalie Galustian graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London with a BA in English Literature and an MA in Modernism and Modern Writers. For several years she freelanced as a script reader for Film Four and worked for the BBC on popular programmes such as Radio 4's 'In Our Time', 'Start The Week' and BBC television's 'Bookworm'. For the last thirteen years she has been involved in the antiquarian book trade and established Natalie Galustian Rare Books in 2005.

Natalie is especially interested to work with authors of literary fiction, biographies and autobiographies, books on food and drink, children's literature, as well as screenplays for film, television and theatre. She is also compiling and editing an anthology of new poker fiction for Limehouse Books, due for publication in 2014.

Agency director and founder David Headley commented: "I have been looking for the right person to join the team and help build the agency's fiction and non-fiction list. Natalie is the ideal candidate, combining breadth of experience and strong editorial skills with commercial instinct."

Please visit D H H Literary Agency website for more information.

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