Endeavour Press is the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We have had a great deal of success in bringing out, promoting and selling ebook editions of works by new authors as well as bringing out ebook editions of out of print books. A number of our books have reached the Top 50 in the Amazon Kindle chart and #1 in their respective charts.
We work with variety of agents including United Agents, A M Heath, LAW Agency, RCW, Marsh Agency, David Higham and Coombs Moylett and we are constantly expanding the amount of authors we take on.
We are particularly strong at promoting and selling crime fiction, thrillers, historical fiction, history and popular women's fiction.
Meet The Team
Matthew Lynn - Chief Executive
Matthew Lynn is a journalist and author, and the co-founder of Endeavour Press. He writes columns for Daily Telegraph and Money Week, and is a regular contributor to The Spectator. Before that he worked as a columnist for Bloomberg and The Sunday Times. His books range from the award-winning ‘Bust: Greece, The Euro and the Sovereign Debt Crisis’, to the ‘Death Force’ series of adventure thrillers published by Headline. Follow Matthew on Twitter at @mattlynnwriter.
Jasmin Kirkbride - Publishing Director
Jasmin has worked in publishing since graduating from her MA in Ancient History from King’s College London in 2013. This includes a stint as a fulltime freelancer for clients including BookBrunch, Dodo Ink, Galley Beggar Press, BookMachine and Time Out. Joining Endeavour Press in 2017, Jasmin runs the main list as well as the Odyssey imprint. To get in touch, email [email protected] or follow @jasminkirkbride on Twitter.
James Faktor - Contracts Manager and Publisher, Venture Press
James graduated from the University of York with a BA (Hons) in English Literature, before studying for an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Oxford. He joined Endeavour Press in October 2016, and currently heads up the sci-fi imprint, Venture Press, as well as managing contracts. Contact James at [email protected].
Rufus Cuthbert - Marketing Manager
Rufus Cuthbert graduated from the University of Auckland in New Zealand with a BA in History and English Literature. After working for several museums and literary magazines, Rufus joined Endeavour Press as a Publishing Assistant in February 2017 and is now our Marketing Manager. Contact Rufus on [email protected].
Alice Rees - Publisher, Endeavour Ink
Alice graduated from the University of Warwick with a BA (Hons) in English Literature. Her previous experience in publishing spans sales, marketing & rights. Having worked for two independent publishers previously, she now looks after the Endeavour Ink imprint. Contact Alice on [email protected].
Amy Burgwin - Publisher, Pioneering Press
Amy graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA (Hons) in Creative Writing. After working in marketing and content writing, she joined Endeavour Press in February 2017 and now runs Pioneering Press. Contact Amy at [email protected].
Imogen Streater - Publisher, Endeavour Press and Endeavour Press Germany
Imogen graduated from the University of Sussex with a BA (Hons) in Art History and History. Imogen worked as a Bookshop Manager for Waterstones in London and the South East, achieving a professional qualification in Bookselling from the University of Derby. Imogen joined Endeavour Press in May 2017 as a Publisher for Endeavour’s main list and runs Endeavour’s German imprint. Contact Imogen on [email protected] or follow @imogenstreater on Twitter.
Richard Foreman - Publishing Consultant
Richard is a literary consultant and publicist. He cut his teeth in the book trade as a bookseller, before founding Chalke Authors. He has successfully promoted writers such as Conn Iggulden, Simon Sebag Montefiore, William Dalrymple and Lucy Worsley. His books include the bestselling novel 'Augustus: Son of Rome' and the Sword of Rome series. "Endeavour Press will not just look to marry the right author to the right project,” he says. “But also forge links between its authors and the most important constituency of all, the reader."