Wilson Media is a full-service literary agency whose primary focus is adult nonfiction.
A separate branch handles middle-grade, young adult and new adult fiction.


Wilson Media was established in 2001 by Robert Wilson to represent authors and their written works to book publishers, as well as to filmmakers, theatrical producers and other media.

The agency represents authors whose original works cover a wide range of topics, in categories that include sports, history, biography, religion/faith, politics, current affairs, business, memoir and popular culture.  A number of titles have achieved bestseller status. Bill Madden's Steinbrenner was a 
New York Times bestseller for 12 consecutive weeks. Although the primary focus of the agency is to provide full-service representation to authors of adult nonfiction, a separate branch offers representation to authors of middle-grade, young adult, and new adult fiction.

Clients represented by Wilson Media include the dean of American sports writers, Roger Kahn; winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Sydney Schanberg; and the distinguished American historian, David Pietrusza. The agency has earned a distinction in the industry for its representation of current and former professional athletes, including Don Zimmer, Bobby Murcer, Bill Rodgers, Raymond Berry, Davey Johnson, Bud Harrelson, Mookie Wilson, Joanne McCallie and Tim McCarver. 
For a complete list of clients represented by Wilson Media, see Clients

New titles arriving in 2016 include football legend Raymond Berry's memoir,
All the Moves I Had (Lyons Press); Erik Sherman's retrospective on the 1986 New York Mets, Kings of Queens (Penguin/Berkley); David Sowell's biography of golf great Gene Sarazen, Sarazen (Rowman & Littlefield); and Bernard Whalen's From the Files of the NYPD (Black Dog & Leventhal).
For more information about these and other projects in the works, see In the Pipeline

For news and recent developments about the company and its authors, please see the Wilson Media Facebook page

You can also follow us on Twitter: @WilsonMediaLit

While the primary function of Wilson Media is to secure book deals for authors, the agency also negotiates sales of subsidiary rights for its clients. In addition to film and theatrical rights, the agency has negotiated foreign rights, audio rights and calendar rights, among others, on behalf of its clients. 
For a list of subsidiary rights currently available, see Rights Available

For help with queries, please consult the Contact page. 
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