Rebecca Carter joined the UK office of Janklow & Nesbit in 2012, after fifteen years as a Commissioning Editor at the Random House imprints Chatto & Windus and Harvill Secker. She represents both fiction and non-fiction, bringing her long editorial and publishing experience to bear on all aspects of the publication process. In fiction, she is looking for ground-breaking new literary fiction writers, as well as writers of upmarket crime and thrillers, and some children’s and YA authors. She has very varied taste in fiction, enjoying the spare and the dark as well as the rich and linguistically playful; the big family drama alongside a more pared back story; the bitingly contemporary as well as the reflectively historical; novels set in worlds already familiar, as well as those opening up different, distant lives and places. In non-fiction, her curiosity and tastes are similarly broad but she works mainly in the fields of history, politics, social and cultural commentary, design and technology, the environment and travel, often mixed together with memoir, and with a strong emphasis on quality of writing and storytelling. Her authors include Rutger Bregman, Tara Isabella Burton, Elly Griffiths, Olivia Laing, Derek B Miller, Nell Stevens and Rebecca Stott.