Anne Meadows is Junior Editor at Granta and Portobello books, where she acquires literary fiction and non-fiction. Prior to Granta, she read for a literary agent at A.P. Watt and spent a summer working on literary television for the BBC. She is always on the lookout for new writers with ambition and intelligence who believe that words are the best medium we have to share our messy, joyful, troubling experiences of being human. Her authors include John Darnielle, Donald Antrim, Frances Larson, Chinelo Okparanta, Catherine Lacey, Alejandro Zambra, Jáchym Topol and Katrine Kielos.
Posts by Anne Meadows
20 May 2014
‘Looking back, I never was aware of feeling that close to death ...’
10 September 2013
On astrological movements and being a New Zealand Writer.
17 October 2012
On the darker second part of the trilogy.