Gill Coleridge was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2021.
Gill Coleridge co-founded Rogers Coleridge & White, literary agency, in 1988 where she represented many famous and prize-winning authors. She was Chair from 2014-2019 and continues as a part-time consultant. Prior to RCW she was a director of Anthony Sheil Associates for fifteen years. She began her publishing career at Purnell Partworks, followed by Sidgwick & Jackson, the Bedford Square Bookbang, and Chatto & Windus. She has been President of the Authors Association, member of the British Library Publishing Board and a trustee of the Royal Literary Fund. In 2015 she founded the Deborah Rogers Foundation which supports emerging talent in the literary world by means of a Writers Award for first-time authors and a Bursary for rights managers.
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