Andrew Nurnberg Associates International’s offices are a unique, global network providing local expertise and in-depth knowledge for our clients across key translation markets.
Agents: Dominika Bojanowska, Beata Glinska and Ania Walczak
Ukraine | Estonia | Latvia | Lithuania | Georgia
Dominika Bojanowska serves as Managing director of ANA Kyiv. Bojanowska well-established agenting team will provide unparalleled representation for translation clients across Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia. The team will continue to represent a small roster of long-standing clients across Poland in addition to Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia.
As soon as Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine allows, Dominika will relocate to Kyiv, Ukraine in order to train Ukrainian agents and establish a truly Ukrainian-centred agency. Kyiv’s sister office, ANA Warsaw, shares operational resources of a core team based in Warsaw handling contracts, client accounting and credit control across Ukraine, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia.
Our agenting team is:
Dominika Bojanowska, a Warsaw University alumna (English literature and linguistics, MA), has seventeen years’ agenting experience, first at Graal and most recently at AJA Warsaw before becoming Managing Director of ANA Kyiv.
Beata Glinska, a Masurian University alumna (Journalism, BA), has more than five years’ working in the Ukrainian, Polish and other Eastern European markets. Slavic culture is her passion, and she has travelled extensively in the region.
Ania Walczak, a Warsaw University alumna (Eastern Slavic Studies, BA), specialises in Ukrainian, Russian and English translation. Anna has seven years’ experience placing translation rights for clients in Poland as well as across Eastern Europe.
“We are delighted to welcome Dominika to ANA and look forward to working with her Ania and Beata as they build ANA Kyiv. The opening of ANA Kyiv is part of a wider investment across ANAI offices, which began with the opening of ANA Bangkok and ANA Hanoi in My 2023. We’ll be announcing further developments in early 2024.”
—Doug Wallace, MD, ANA International
“It’s high time for Kyiv to move into the spotlight on the global rights map, as a vibrant new hub for Central and Eastern European rights. What we are announcing today is only the first step towards this goal, but I am honoured and delighted to be a part of this new ANA venture. We are beyond excited to see what the future holds for ANA Kyiv.”
—Dominika Bojanowska, MD, ANA Kyiv
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Kyiv
c/o Andrew Nurnberg Associates Warsaw
Ul. Fort Służew 1/41
Tel:+48 22 824 4181
Agents: Marcin Biegaj, Anna Rucińska, Ewelina Węgrzyn, Marta Ziółkowska
Our Polish agenting team is led by Marcin Biegaj, who began his agenting career at Graal and after several years there decided to move on to set up Andrew Nurnberg Associates Warsaw in 2015. Ewelina, Marta and Marcin work closely with major US publishers and agents across adult and children’s lists delivering tailored deals for their authors. Anna primarily represents our UK clients to find good homes for fiction and non-fiction titles alike while also dedicating her outstanding international rights experience to representing a select list of Polish authors for translation worldwide.
Our agent team is:
Marcin Biegaj, a Warsaw University alumnus (Polish and English studies) has seventeen years’ agenting experience. He spent several years at Graal before becoming Managing Director of ANA Warsaw.
Anna Jędrzejczyk, an alumna of Jagiellonian University (English Studies, MA, and Editorial Studies, BA), has nine years’ experience in publishing. Before joining the ANA Warsaw team, she worked as an acquisitions editor, reviewer, translator, copy editor, and even an author.
Anna Rucińska, an alumna of Jagiellonian University (English Translation, MA and Intellectual Property Law, PhD). She has worked in publishing for over 25 years, first as a rights manager, then as an acquisitions editor at Znak Publishers, and in 2018 she joined ANA Warsaw as Agent.
Ewelina Węgrzyn, a University of Social Sciences and Humanities and a University of Warsaw alumna (Scandinavian Studies, BA and Literary Translations from Swedish into Polish, MA). She was the recipient of numerous grants, including a scholarship from the Swedish Institute. An avid reader of literary fiction and reportage, Ewelina has a soft spot for Scandinavian crime drama, mystery and thriller.
Marta Ziółkowska, a Warsaw University alumna (Specialized Language Interpretation and Translation – English and German, MA), has nine years’ experience working in the Polish market. First as an assistant and junior agent for Graal and, since 2015, as an agent at ANA Warsaw.
Our team is multi-lingual, young and energetic, engaging and proficient at finding success for international authors in an ever-changing Polish marketplace. We are trusted by editors for our transparency and our firm grasp of the publishing process. Grounded deeply in our professional experience and seasoned with intuition, the team has a unique ability to achieve great results through bold investments in creative, less obvious partnerships. We are proud to have created an exceptional environment in which Polish editors regularly discover the best international writing.
ANA Warsaw’s core team responsible for contracts, client accounting and credit control works closely with the agents of our sister office, ANA Kyiv, to ensure unparalelled reporting and administration across the territories of Poland, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Warsaw
Ul. Fort Służew 1/41
Email:Marcin Biegaj email@example.com
Tel:+48 22 824 4181
Agents: Van Thanh Hoang
Founded in Vietnam in 2023, the agency intends to make the most of Southeast Asia’s most commercial book market from our office in Hanoi, the heart of Vietnam. Our director, Van Thanh Hoang, studied Physics at college before her curiosity for other realms of human experience and knowledge kindled her love in books.
Van started out in Rights, spending a decade at one of the country’s most influential publishing houses, handling (mainly) translation rights, large scale international co-operation and publishing management. From this, she garnered unique insights into Vietnam’s publishing landscape, its development and how local publishers negotiate and acquire international titles.
With a rapidly thriving economy, Vietnam’s large, youthful population is hungry to learn and has disposable income to read for pleasure. Young readers’ appetite for a diverse range of themes combined with a competitive market means that eye-catching book design and vibrant, digital marketing and sales is becoming the norm: enticing readers and re-invigorating reading culture among younger generations.
ANA Hanoi will get the right books in front of Vietnam’s most talented editors so they can fight for them. We are our clients’ voice in Vietnam: here to connect, negotiate and grow.
No 7, D2, TT4 Bac Linh Dam,
Dai Kim Ward, Hoang Mai District,
Agents: Weerawat “Big” Techakijjathorn
Thailand | Indonesia | Mongolia
ANA Bangkok was established in 2023 to best serve the literary translation markets of Thailand, Indonesia and Mongolia. Agency director, Weerawat “Big” Techakijjathorn, has more than a decade’s experience in acquiring and publishing international literature in Thailand. He started out as an editor of foreign literature before becoming the director of foreign literary rights for one of Thailand’s best-known publishers. From there his enthusiasm for translated literature led him to study the Indonesian market.
Thailand and Indonesia are among the most important translation markets in Southeast Asia. With reading tastes rapidly developing —and a more sophisticated range of fiction and non-fiction being published in greater quantity— we see Thailand and Indonesia outperforming the neighbouring markets in years to come. We’re here to help our clients explore the diversity and richness of these key markets now. We are supporting international authors to develop meaningful relationships with publishers and build local readerships. This is not to forget Mongolia, which is an interesting, emerging market with passionate publishers and plenty of opportunities to explore.
Our mission is simple: set a new standard for co-agenting in the region. We’re building a team of keen negotiators with unparalleled knowledge, supported by our ANAI colleagues across Asia and around the world.
No. 1, Empire Tower,
47th Floor, Unit 4703,
Sathon Tai Road, Yan Nawa Sub-district,
Sathon District, Bangkok 10120
Tel:+6698 2525 441
Agents: Jackie Huang, Susan Xia, Echo Xue, Connie Xiao, Emily Xu, Jenny Sun, Yao Zhang, Conor Cheng
Republic of China
Jackie Huang spent the first nine years of her career editing foreign translated fiction and non-fiction, then ran foreign rights within the Beijing Publishing House Group. She was subsequently Deputy Director of the International Exhibition Department at China’s National Publishing Industry Trading Corporation. On completing a Master’s in Publishing at Oxford Brookes, she returned to open our Beijing representative office in 2002.
Our clients rely on our unparalleled depth of knowledge of the Chinese-language market and we pride ourselves on representation with a level of care that sets us apart from others. Our 15-strong team licences Chinese Simplified rights across the mainland from the heart of Beijing’s business district.
Our agents work in category-specialist teams, not least academic and trade non-fiction, which have both been at the heart of our business since the beginning.
We recently sold the novel HAMNET by Maggie O’Farrell on behalf of A M Heath & Co.Ltd.; a wonderful new memoir GREENLIGHTS by Matthew McConaughey on behalf of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, and a fantastic middle grade fiction title THE UNADOPTABLES by Hana Tooke on behalf of Andrew Nurnberg Associates.
ANA Beijing Representative Office
Room 1705, Culture Square, No.59 Jia Zhongguancun Street
Haidian District, Beijing 100872
People’s Republic of China
Email:Jackie Huang JHuang@nurnberg.com.cn
Tel:+ 86 10 82504106
Agents: Whitney Hsu, Joanne, Jenny Hu and Dony Hsu
We established our Taipei office in January 2003 to deal with the growing demand from local publishers requiring licencing in Chinese Complex characters.
Our Taipei office of eight local staff has been led by Whitney Hsu since 2003, before which she completed her Master’s degree in Publishing and enjoyed a career as a journalist in Taiwan.
We help our clients navigate Taiwanese bureaucracy and royalty accounting systems, while personally guiding Taipei’s many non-English-speaking editors towards the perfect titles for their lists. We attend book fairs in London, Frankfurt, Bologna, Beijing and Shanghai and make an annual visit to New York.
We recently sold REMEMBER by the New York Times bestselling author Lisa Genova on behalf of WME; THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY by Matt Haig on behalf of Canongate Books; and BEWILDERMENT by the Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Powers on behalf of Melanie Jackson Agency.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Taipei
4F-7, No.678, Sec.4, Bade Road, Songshan Dist.,
Email:Whitney Hsu firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel:+ 886 2 25629008
Agents: Judit Hermann, Évi István, Friderika Hambetiu
Croatia | Hungary
Our team is totally dedicated to the process of professional negotiation in our territories. As an integral part of this, we are in daily contact with both proprietors and a wide range of publishers to conclude truly exceptional deals.
We are delighted to work in the Hungarian and Croatian markets, which both have their own difficulties with different tastes and opportunities.
At the moment, self-help books, popular science, fantasy, thrillers, women’s fiction are enjoying commercial success. Recent deals that attracted considerable attention from publishers included: FINDING FREEDOM by Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, KLARA AND THE SUN by Kazuo Ishiguro and DISCOVERING THE INNER MOTHER by Bethany Webster.
We were thrilled to lead these negotiations and, ultimately, to foster successful co-operation between
proprietors and publishers.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Budapest
1126 Budapest, Tartsay Vilmos utca 4.
Email:Judit Hermann and
Susanna Vojacsek email@example.com
Tel:+36 1 302 64 51
Agents: Amy Spangler, Dilek Akdemir, Cansu Akkoyun, Özlem Öztemel
Established by Amy Spangler and Dilek Akdemir in 2005, we partnered with Andrew Nurnberg Associates in 2015 and are proud to be part of the highly respected network of ANA agencies that boasts a reputation for honesty, transparency and tireless effort on behalf of its clients.
We handle Turkish, Kurdish and Western Armenian rights from Istanbul, where we do our utmost to ensure that international authors are placed with the right publishers to the satisfaction of all parties.
Fiction, Non-fiction, and Children’s titles recently sold by AnatoliaLit include:
Lydia Millet’s A CHILDREN’S BIBLE on behalf of Lippincott Massie McQuilkin (LMQ); John Boyne’s A LADDER TO THE SKY on behalf of William Morris Endeavor (WME); Jodi Picoult’s A SPARK OF LIGHT on behalf of Random House US; Elizabeth Hand’s seven titles on behalf of Sterling Lord Literistic; Elisa Kova’s AIR AWAKENS series on behalf of New Leaf; Charlie Kaufman’s ANTKIND on behalf of William Morris Endeavor (WME); Jeanette Winterson’s eleven titles on behalf of Peters, Fraser and Dunlop (PFD) to Kafka Kitap; ON HARROW HILL by John Verdon on behalf of Friedrich Agency.
PROJECTIONS by Karl Deisseroth on behalf of Random House US; A BRIEF HISTORY OF EARTH by Andrew H. Knoll on behalf of HarperCollins US; NINE LIES ABOUT WORK by Marcus Buckingham & Ashley Goodall on behalf of William Morris Endeavor (WME); A LIFE ON OUR PLANET by David Attenborough on behalf of United Agents; FIRST STEPS by Jeremy DeSilva on behalf of Aevitas; YOUR BRAIN ON FOOD by Uma Naidoo on behalf of Little, Brown; YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: HOW TASTE HAPPENS by Tom Vanderbilt on behalf of The Zoe Pagnamenta Agency.
BE A TREE by Maria Gianferrari on behalf of Abrams Books; DIARY OF A PUG series by Kyla May on behalf of Scholastic US; EVERYTHING AWESOME ABOUT DINOSAURS & SHARKS & SPACE by Mike Lowery on behalf of Scholastic US; KINDNESS GROWS by Britta Teckentrup on behalf of Little Tiger Press; LOVE & OLIVES by Jenna Evans Welch on behalf of SLL; OWEN AND THE SOLDIER by Lisa Thompson on behalf of PFD; THE SILVER ARROW by Lev Grossman on behalf of WME; SPLINTERS OF SCARLET by Emily Bain Murphy on behalf of Park & Fine Literary; HARKLIGHTS by Tim Ellis on behalf of A.M. Heath; HOW TO CHANGE EVERYTHING by Naomi Klein on behalf of Roam Agency.
Caferağa Mah., Gunesli Bahce Sok. 48
Or.Ko Apt. B Blok D4, 34710
Kadıköy - İstanbul
Email:Amy Spangler firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel:+90 216 700 1088
Agents: Olga Lutova and Anastasia Falcon
Russian Federation only
Established in 1992, Ludmilla Sushkova led ANA Moscow since 1996. She studied English and Spanish at Moscow’s Institute of Foreign Languages and then joined the Soviet Copyright Agency, where she worked for over a decade before moving to Andrew Nurnberg Associates. She led a four-strong team of well-respected agents bringing together many years’ experience of Russian publishing and agenting before dying in September 2023 after a short illness.
We are profoundly saddened by her loss. She not only served as CEO of the Moscow agency, but stood as one of the most prominent figures in Russian publishing and a mentor to many. Her contributions to our work are immeasurable.
We are currently working on the best way to move forwards and kindly request your patience and cooperation.
We encourage all our clients to offer only territorially-bounded licences for the Russian Federation only instead of World rights.
We strongly condemn Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine. It is not our war and we look forward to peace.
Andrew Nurnberg Literary Agency
Suite 72, Str. 6, 21 Tsvetnoy Boulevard
Tel:+ 7 495 625 81 88
Agents: Petra Tobišková, Jitka Němečková, Lucie Poláková, Marta Soukopová
Czech Republic | Slovakia | Slovenia
Petra Tobišková, a graduate of Prague’s Charles University, turned to agenting in 1992 and joined Andrew Nurnberg Associates as our Director. Lucie Poláková joined us in 1996 after completing her studies in Library and Information Systems. Having studied Czech Language & Literature, Jitka Německová joined the team in 2004. After studying Bohemistics at Charles University, Marta Soukopová worked as an editor and foreign rights manager in publishing before joining the team in 2010.
We represent Czech, Slovak and Slovene translation rights to publishers in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia on behalf of our clients, who include leading American, British and European agencies and publishers. Our passion for great storytelling and our early recommendations to publishers make us a trusted source of outstanding work for translation.
At auction, in a two-book deal, we sold Czech rights to THE JIGSAW MAN and FALSE PROPHETS by Nadine Matheson along with Slovenian rights to THE JIGSAW MAN on behalf of A M Heath. Similarly, Sarah Pearse’s novels THE SANATORIUM and THE RETREAT were sold at auction in a two-book Czech deal and Slovak rights to THE SANATORIUM were sold on behalf of ANAI. We sold Lucy Foley’s THE GUEST LIST in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia on behalf of Curtis Brown.
We were delighted to represent Sir David Attenborough’s legacy work A LIFE ON OUR PLANET on behalf of United Agents with auctions running in all our territories. We sold Rutger Bregman’s DE MEESTE MENSEN DEUGEN (HUMANKIND: A HOPEFUL HISTORY) in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia on behalf of Janklow & Nesbit. In heated auctions, we sold Czech, Slovak, and Slovene rights to the following international bestsellers: THE HAPPIEST MAN ON EARTH by Eddie Jaku on behalf of Pan Macmillan UK and Czech and Slovak rights to THE VANISHING HALF by Brit Bennett on behalf of Hannigan Getzler.
In the field of women’s literature, we had great success with the international phenomenon of 365 DNI by Blanka Lipińska. We sold the rights in all our territories on behalf of The Whalen Agency in two-book deals; in the Czech Republic there was a four-way auction. We successfully placed the non-fiction title APOCALYPSE NEVER: WHY ENVIRONMENTAL ALARMISM HURTS US ALL by Michael Shellenberger in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for HarperCollins and following the previous Czech and Slovak deals for THE UNINHABITABLE WORLD by David Wallace-Wells we also managed Czech audio and radio deals on behalf of WME.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Prague
Jugoslávských partyzánů 17
160 00 Praha 6
Email:Petra Tobišková and
Jitka Německová email@example.com
Tel:+420 222 782 041
Agents: Mira Droumeva, Kamelia Emilova, Radoslava Georgieva
Albania | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Macedonia | Montegro | Romania | Serbia
We licence Albanian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Serbian and Romanian rights from our office in the heart of the Bulgarian capital.
Anna Droumeva’s passion for English and American literature was kindled as an undergraduate in Sofia. She has lived in the US and Germany and worked as an editor of translated fiction in Bulgaria. Anna began agenting in 1994 and joined Andrew Nurnberg Associates two years later. Anna died in 2021, aged 77. We established The Anna Droumeva Award in her honour.
Outstanding agent Mira Droumeva joined Anna at the agency, full-time, in 2000 and is our Director. Kamelia Emilova joined the agency in 2007 and is our main agent for Children’s and YA titles.
We have a reputation for being hard-working, well-respected, tough negotiators. We love what we do, especially the daily contact with publishers across the Balkans.
Some of our recent exciting sales include BLACKOUT, a YA short story collection by six of today’s bestselling and award-winning Black authors—Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoo, on behalf of The Bent Agency (Romanian sales at auction to Art and a pre-empt in Bulgaria to Egmont); Charley Mackesy’s publishing phenomenon THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE, on behalf of PRH: Bulgarian rights to Ciela (at auction); David Attenborough’s A LIFE ON OUR PLANET (on behalf of United Agents) sold at auction to Hermes in Bulgaria and to Laguna in Serbia; Matthew McConaughey’s GREENLIGHTS, on behalf of WME sold at auction to Bard in Bulgaria and Rao in Romania and to Living in Albania; Booker Prize winner SHUGGIE BAIN by Douglas Stuart (on behalf of ICM) sold in Bulgaria (Labyrinth), Romania (Pandora) and Serbia (Booka); the long-expected novel Anthony Doerr’s CLOUD COCKOO LAND (on behalf of ICM) was sold to Ciela in Bulgaria and Humanitas Fiction in Romania.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates Sofia
Jk. Yavorov bl. 56-B, Ap. 9
Email:Mira Droumeva firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel:+359 2 986 2819
To discuss representation in any of the territories listed above,
please contact Doug Wallace.
For territories not listed here, including Western Europe and Latin America,
please contact our London office.
Andrew Nurnberg Associates
3-11 Eyre St Hill, London, EC1R 5ET, United Kingdom