About Fletcher & Company
Founded in 2003, Fletcher & Company is a premiere boutique management and production company dedicated to helping a diverse range of writers and creators of intellectual property connect with readers, listeners and viewers. Our offices are in New York City, but our clients and our team reflect a broad array of places and perspectives.
We work closely with writers and creators of intellectual property to help them connect with readers and audiences across all media. Through understanding the long term goals of each client, we identify the audiences and markets for their work, then develop a strategy to move them thoughtfully towards their goals. Traditional literary representation is the cornerstone of our work, but we take a long view and bring a business development approach to everything we do.
Our cross-functional management model allows us to draw on many years of traditional publishing and film/tv experience and also to be pioneering– tapping into emerging media and markets, new technologies and distribution channels, giving us a unique position to help clients connect with audiences and monetize their work.
Where needed, we work closely with specialists to augment our own efforts–from the leading intellectual property law firms, outside publicists and marketing consultants, designers and developers, as well as film and television partners and licensing agents.
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From the author of HOW TO THINK and THE PLEASURES OF READING IN AN AGE OF DISTRACTION, a literary guide to engaging with the voices of the past to stay sane in the present
In Humanocracy, Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini make a passionate, data-driven argument for excising bureaucracy and replacing it with something better.
Set in Stratford, England, in the late 16th century, Hamnet imagines the emotional, domestic, and artistic repercussions after the world’s most famous (though never named) playwright and his wife lose their only son, 11-year-old Hamnet, to the bubonic plague in 1596.
“An electrifying, brooding novel about the lengths we go to care for family, and what happens when a stranger places himself at the center of one household.”