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Submission Guidelines

Ki Agency is open to submissions. Please note that Anne Perry is currently CLOSED to submissions. Meg and Roz remain open.

Meg and Roz are regretfully unable to accept submissions from North American-based authors.

Please only submit to one agent. You will find our individual preferences in our bios below. You can find out more about each one of us, including our wishlists and our clients, on our Agents page.

Meg will consider both scripts and books.

Roz only represents scripts.

Anne only represents books.

Please send scripts for film, TV or theatre as a pdf.  For books, please email a full synopsis and first three chapters / first 50 pages as a Word doc or pdf.

Please tell us a little about yourself in your covering email.

Please do not send submissions on paper, or phone us first to pitch, or ask if it’s OK –  just feel free to send an email to the relevant agent.

No children’s or poetry, please.

We abide by the Codes of Practice of the Personal Mangers’ Association ( and Association of Authors’ Agents ( )

Meg Davis

Books & scripts accepted
Meg worked in the theatre and in bookselling before becoming an agent.  After some years at MBA, she started Ki Agency in 2011 to represent authors and scriptwriters.

Meg’s work for her clients is informed by her involvement behind the scenes, previously as co-Chair of the Dramatists’ section of the PMA, on the management board of Public Lending Right, and as the external examiner for the MA in Scriptwriting course at Sheffield Hallam. She is currently Chair of the Writers’ Organisations Advisory Group, and has also served on the committee of the Association of Authors’ Agents.

Meg is happy to consider scripts in all genres, and books in some genres, especially genre fiction.  Not a good bet for fiction that might be considered to be wearing a cardigan, or which is narrated by an animal.

Photo credit: Edward Taylor at Digital Flow (c) 2018

Roz Kidd

Scripts only

Roz was a Film Publicist for 10 years, working alongside some of the unique talents from the vibrant independent film scene

such as John Waters, Ken Russell, Derek Jarman, Kathryn Bigelow, Isaac Julian, and Quentin Tarantino.  She then moved into script development. After being a Script Reader at Miramax & Channel 4, she went on to work with Fireproof Films, NW1 Films & STV Productions where she sourced a variety of projects (including The Crooked Man and Missing).  She also helped to run a New Writers Scheme with Edinburgh’s famous Traverse Theatre.

Roz accepts submissions of scripts for film, TV or theatre in any genre. Roz does not agent books.

Anne C. Perry

Books only


I am happy to accept novel-length fiction submissions in all genres. (No short stories, please.) In non-fiction, I am looking for popular science, natural history, popular history, geek culture and memoirs. I love dinosaurs, robots, explosions, action, romance, adventure, nerds, the Dorset coast, and Oxford commas.

I am happy to consider authors who are based in North America, but please research my preferences before you submit. You can find out more about what I’m specifically looking for on our “Agents” page, in the menu bar above, or via Manuscript Wish List.

PLEASE NOTE that I do not represent scriptwriters or children’s authors. I am happy to consider YA if it has clear crossover potential.

I began my career in publishing when I founded Jurassic London, an agile, not-for-profit small press. At Jurassic, I commissioned, designed, edited and published award-winning books in partnership with Tate Britain, English PEN, The Royal Observatory, and the National Maritime Museum.

I also founded the literary award The Kitchies, which I currently co-direct. I worked as a commissioning editor and editorial director at Hodder & Stoughton and Simon & Schuster before joining Ki Agency. I have won the H.Club 100 Publishing category award and the Kim Scott Walwyn Award for women in publishing, have been a finalist for the British Science Fiction Award, won the British Fantasy Award, and I even lost a Hugo a few years back.