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David Luxton Associates is London-based literary agency that specialises in non-fiction. A market leader in sports writing, our list also includes investigative journalism, nature-writing, memoir, history, popular reference and politics.

Founded by David Luxton in 2011, DLA has grown rapidly over the past six years. We work closely with writers, sports personalities, journalists and new and established authors to provide them with outstanding literary representation both in the UK and internationally.

DLA draws on a wealth of expertise to provide literary, film, tv and stage rights representation to our clients.  We have introduced new writers from abroad to a British audience, advised and assisted global brands to devise literary strategies for their clients and helped create a number of notable bestselling and prize- winning books.

On the following pages you can find out more about what we do and who we represent.  If you’d like to discuss foreign rights representation then please visit the Rights page on this website.

Follow us on Twitter @dluxassociates.



The Cycling Podcast’s debut book and tour

Stage Seven of the The Cycling Podcast’s book tour took place in Sheffield last week. Thank you to all those who attended across the various locations. Edinburgh fans, TAKE NOTE! As you know, the orig...

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“The Guardian’s Taylor takes top SJA honour”

The SJA Sports Journalism awards took place on Monday 26 February. Amongst the winners was DLA author Daniel Taylor, who was named Sports and Football writer of the year. Elsewhere, Michael Atherton w...

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The SJA Awards

Congratulations to all those journalists who have been shortlisted for the SJA Awards. The ceremony takes place on the 26th February. In particular, we would like to highlight the following nominees:...

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Some Sunny Day: A nurse. A soldier. A wartime love story. By Madge Lambert 
(Macmillan, March 2018)

It was July 1944 when Madge stepped onto a troopship that was to carry her thousands of miles away from home. Only twenty years old and not long qualified as a nurse, she had signed up to serve in the Burma Campaign. She would be based on the Indian border, near the frontline where a fierce battle was raging between Allied forces and the Japanese.

As Madge arrived in Chittagong, she wondered how she would adapt to the ever present danger of invasion and to life in a military hospital. She spent long, exhausting hours nursing the badly-injured young soldiers in her care, but found strength in her friendship with the other nurses. And then, one day, she met Captain Basil Lambert . . . Could their fragile, new found romance survive the terrifying final months of war?

Heart-warming and poignant, Some Sunny Day by Madge Lambert is a story of courage, sacrifice and the power of true love.