Ned Leavitt

Literary agent to Caroline Myss, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Gregg Levoy, and Stephen Cope, among many other bestselling authors

ned leavitt, literary agent

“Britta won’t let you get away with anything less than your best work. She will help you be both uplifted and focused. Your work will exceed even your own expectations.”



Douglas Rushkoff

Author, Life Inc and Program or Be Programmed

“Britta sees the writer in everyone and the genius in every writer. More than that, she knows how to bring the very best out of people not by changing who they are but by celebrating the value they create for others. This is the real business of writing, and I can’t imagine a better mentor and advocate to have when getting into today’s chaotic world of publishing.”



Nancy Slotnick

Author of Turn Your Cablight On (sold to Gotham for 6 figures)

“When Britta first approached me, the idea of a book was scary and daunting, but something I had been thinking about in the back of my mind. Britta’s energy and knowledge of the industry gave me just the encouragement that I needed to get started. And her meticulous attention to detail propelled me along every step of the way. She was able to give me an honest opinion on what worked and what needed work. She also gave me an insider’s sense that what I had was good, and she believed in me, which I desperately needed! Britta’s positive attitude kept me going when it got tough, and she was such a pleasure to deal with that it made the whole process fun too!”



Nancy Goodman

Author of It Was Food vs. Me and I Won (sold to Viking Penguin for 6 figures). Nancy later self-published a paperback version with solid sales.

“As any author knows, putting yourself out there is tough. Britta managed to suggest changes without making me feel criticized. She handled my insecurities with reassurance and never allowed me to feel self-conscious about my lack of experience in the publishing world. She was like a good friend with amazing talent. As I’ve gone on to write more books and get published, I am forever grateful that my beginning included Britta.”