The literary agency element of Brown’s business was accommodated alongside his press agency in Henrietta Street, Covent Garden.
In 1914, Curtis Brown opened its first international office in New York; subsequently, offices were opened in Paris, Berlin, Milan and Copenhagen.
She was involved with the noted production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot in 1956.
She notably told John Osborne to "think again" about his play Look Back in Anger that would later transform British theatre.
Curtis Brown (Curtis Brown Literary and Talent Agency) is a literary and talent agency based in London, UK.
One of the oldest literary agencies in Europe, it was founded by Albert Curtis Brown in 1899.It's suitable for anyone with a complete first draft in hand and a desire to get the best out of it.Bestselling memoirist Cathy Rentzenbrink shows you how to turn your experiences into a compelling narrative.This course will help you develop the skills, techniques and staying power that will get you all the way to the finish line.Our online course to help you edit and polish your novel and prepare your pitch package for agents and publishers.Brown believed in the exchange of literature between countries as a point of principle to foster international understanding.The company retains a translation rights department to this day.Enrol on whichever suits your stage of writing, or take all three short courses to go all the way from first idea to finished novel.Each week you’ll complete writing tasks designed by Anna and get feedback from your writing community of fellow students in group discussions, moderated by us.Albert Curtis Brown was an American journalist who was the London correspondent for The New York Press. Because of his contacts in both the UK and America, he fell into representing authors who were looking for publishing opportunities on the two continents.The first deal he transacted was selling serial rights in John Oliver Hobbes’s The Vineyard.