Laura Gross Literary Agency represents award-winning best sellers of both fiction and non-fiction as well as first time authors.
Alicia Markova had a career filled with firsts: the first British-born – and first Jewish – prima ballerina assoluta, the first to appear on television (in 1932!), the first self-managed “freelance” prima ballerina, and the first to appear on stage in just a leotard without a tutu – quite a scandal in 1925!
But one of Markova’s most charming firsts was introducing England and America to a now-ubiquitous holiday role: The Nutcracker’s Sugar Plum Fairy.… Read More
LGLA has strong publishing contacts in Britain and is represented in most foreign territories. LGLA also handles film and television rights and has worked with with all the major studios, as well as with many independent production companies worldwide.