Kathleen Anderson
Kathleen Anderson is an award-winning editor and agent who has been working in the publishing business since 1979—first as an editor at W.W. Norton where she published DEAR AMERICA: Letters Home From Vietnam, which became an Emmy award-winning documentary, then as a senior editor at Poseidon, formerly a division of Simon & Schuster, where she published and edited Mary Gaitskill and Ursula Hegi. She is a recipient of the Tony Godwin Award, given to an outstanding American editor under 35 who is then sent to England to learn about British publishing. She was also selected to be among the first group of editorial fellows from the United States to attend the Jerusalem Book Fair. She was a founding partner of Anderson Grinberg Literary Management, Inc., then formed her own firm in 2006. She specializes in adult and young adult literary and commercial fiction, narrative nonfiction, American and European history, literary journalism, nature and travel writing, memoir, and biography. A graduate of Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, she is a member of PEN and the AAR (Association of Author’s Representatives).

To contact Kathleen Anderson, email: kathleen@andersonliterary.com