Gill Coleridge

Gill Coleridge has worked in publishing since 1968, when she joined Purnell Partworks as a junior editorial assistant. She moved then to Sidgwick & Jackson, where she became Sales & Publicity Director, before moving on to help Martyn Goff run the infamous Bedford Square Bookbang, in 1969. Following a two year spell as Publicity Director at Chatto & Windus, she joined Anthony Sheil Associates in 1971, until 1987 when she joined Deborah Rogers and they started Rogers Coleridge & White. In the following year she became President of the Association of Author's Agents. For ten years she was an advisor on the British Library Publishing Board, and she is currently a commitee member of the Royal Literary Fund.

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