A new literary agency has been created in Hong Kong by Kelly Falconer, a dynamic editor and writer. Prior to founding the Asia Literary Agency, Kelly Falconer spent twelve years as an editor in London and Hong Kong, working for various publishers including Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Granta, Constable & Robinson and Virgin Books. She was the literary editor of the Asia Literary Review in 2012.
Here is her company manifesto:
The Asia Literary Agency was founded in 2013, at the tail end of the year of the dragon.
The Asia Literary Agency represents Asian writers, experts on Asia or writers living in Asia. We are conveniently based in Hong Kong, which gives us immediate access to this vast region, and we are selling to the rest of the world including the USA, the UK, Europe and Asia. We are also handling foreign rights for the Hong Kong-based publisher, Typhoon Media. We care about our authors and their futures, and aim to help them build their careers and flourish.
Here is the link: