About Fletcher & Company
Fletcher & Company is a premiere boutique management company dedicated to helping a diverse range of writers and creators of intellectual property connect with readers, listeners and viewers. Based in New York City, our clients and our team reflect a broad array of places and perspectives.
How We Work
We work closely with writers and creators of intellectual property to help them connect with readers and audiences across all media. Through close collaboration, we develop an understanding of the long term goals of each client, identifying the audiences and markets for their work, then support them in moving towards their goals.
While traditional literary representation is the cornerstone of our work, we also take a long view of writers’ careers and bring a strategic approach to everything we do.
Our Collaborative Approach
Our cross-functional management model allows us to draw on many years of traditional publishing and film/tv experience and also to be on the cutting edge of technology and market trends, tapping into emerging media and markets, new distribution channels and revenue streams, giving us a unique ability to help clients connect with audiences and monetize their work.
Where needed, we work closely with specialists to augment our own efforts–from the leading intellectual property law firms, outside publicists and marketing consultants, designers and developers, as well as film and television partners and licensing agents.
This year’s shortlist incorporates a range of themes including belonging and identity; the power of nature; the burden of history; personal freedom; sisterhood; mental illness; ghosts; gender violence; and the opportunity for renewal. The novels also offer globe-spanning settings, from Antarctica to Montana, Cyprus to Trinidad. This year’s shortlist has been selected by the Chair […]
“We can feel, just behind these pages, the notebooks she filled on hot summer nights after pigs were fed and weeds were pulled. But the overall effect is of access and intimacy; Gaydos lets us into her world, and we follow her to the worthy and unforgiving place where nature and agriculture meet.” — NY […]
“A new book called “The Modern Loss Handbook” is a guide to the grieving process with “been there” advice and humor. Author Rebecca Soffer knows parental loss — in 2006 at the age of 30, she lost her mother in a car accident. Four years later, her father died of a heart attack. The collective experiences left […]
The co-founder of Whole30 and author of more than six NY Times bestselling books is back with the book so many people have been hoping she would write: the definitive book on how we can set clear boundaries to live healthier, happier lives, with scripts for countless situations. https://www.melissau.com/boundaries-book/
In his newest novel, acclaimed novelist and short story writer, Ken Kalfus imagines America after its collapse, in the wake of a civil war, when many of its citizens have become refugees attempting to settle elsewhere. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/10/books/review/ken-kalfus-2am-little-america.html