The Authors’ Club
Founded by Walter Besant in 1891, the Authors’ Club has provided a sociable meeting place for writers, agents and publishers for 125 years.
The Society of Authors
Works to protect the rights and further the interests of authors in the UK.
The London Library
The world’s largest independent lending library.
Royal Geographical Society
Founded in 1830, the learned society and professional body for geographers supports research, education, expeditions and fieldwork, and promotes public engagement with and informed enjoyment of our world.
Boutique agency and literary consultancy which fosters diversity across cultures and markets, and looks beyond the mainstream to promote independent publishers.
European Literature Network
UK-based initiative run by the broadcaster Rosie Goldsmith to promote international literature among a broader audience of England and to support other groups working in this area.
Independent publishers of original, meticulously finished and attractively illustrated non-fiction books on travel, architecture and design, history and cookery.
Contemporary European fiction in translation. Short, thought-provoking, beautifully designed.
Editions Place des Victoires
Independent French publisher of high-quality art books, biographies, and cultural studies.
German publisher of high-quality illustrated books on art, photography, history, design and fashion.