The Royal Society of Literature appoints Clare Alexander as Honorary Fellow

We are delighted to announce that The Royal Society of Literature (RSL), the charity that represents the voice of literature in the UK, has appointed Aitken Alexander Chair Clare Alexander as an Honorary Fellow 2021. You can read more about the RSL here.

Clare Alexander became a literary agent in 1998 after more than 20 years as a publisher, having edited winners of the Booker, the Orange and Whitbread prizes. In 2019 she represented half the short list of The Women’s Prize, of which she had been a founder member, and remains a Founding Patron. She was Literary Agent of the Year in 2007, was awarded the 2008 Kim Scott Walwyn Prize, and is a previous President of the Association of Authors’ Agents. You can read more about her and her list here.