Natasha Fairweather

Natasha Fairweather joined Rogers, Coleridge & White as a director in October 2016.  She began her career as a literary agent at Curtis Brown in 1989, returning to the profession when she joined AP Watt in 1999 after a seven-year hiatus spent living and working in Jerusalem and Moscow. More recently she was joint head of books at United Agents. She represents predominantly writers of non-fiction including journalists, politicians and historians and also a growing number of prize winning novelists. She also handles New York agent, Elyse Cheney’s, authors in the UK.

Clients she represents include:


Ghaith Abdul-Ahad Decca Aitkenhead
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown Nigel Ashton
James Astill
Sebastian Barry Luella Bartley
Caroline Brothers Michael Burleigh
Sir David Cannadine Paula Cocozza
The Rt. Hon. Kenneth Clarke, MP Nick Cohen
Michael Cox (Estate of)
Linda Colley Tim Dowling
David Crane Nigel Farndale
Tim Ecott
William Fiennes Timothy Garton Ash
Mariella Frostrup Peter Greste
Sir Jeremy Greenstock John Harris
Margaret Heffernan
Boris Johnson, MP Jemima Khan
Nick Laird Anatol Lieven
Dominic Lieven Edward Luce
Dame Ellen MacArthur Sir Don McCullin
Felix Martin James Meek
Azadeh Moaveni Paul Murray
Joseph O’Neill Rosalind O’Shaugnessy
Nicholas Ostler Fintan O’Toole
Yannis Palaiologos Peter Parker
Ian Patterson Roland Philipps
John Preston Tom Rachman
James Robertson Jane Robins
Graham Robb Jon Ronson
Ben Schott Matthew Spender
Laura Spinney Neil Stewart
Daniel Todman Richard Toye
Alex von Tunzelmann