Lizzie Huxley-Jones is a writer and editor based in London. She is the editor of Stim: An Autistic Anthology (Unbound) and Sir David Attenborough: A Life Story (Scholastic). She can be found editing at independent micropublisher 3 of Cups Press, and she also advises writers as a freelance sensitivity reader and consultant. In her past career lives, she has been a research diver, a children’s bookseller and digital communications specialist. She tweets too much at @littlehux, taking breaks to walk her dog Nerys.
The Good Literary Agency was founded in 2018 explicitly to represent British authors from backgrounds under-represented in UK publishing including writers of colour, working class, disability, LGBTQ and anyone else who feels they or their stories are under-represented.