Susanna Lea Associates’ Paris offices opened on rue Bonaparte in 2000.
Our aim has always been to work in close collaboration with authors and publishers in order to maximize the potential of each project both domestically and in translation — in print, audio and electronic media — and, when applicable, for film.
Our authors and projects all have potential on an international level beyond the French market;
Our taste is eclectic: we are interested in works of both fiction and non-fiction, commercial and literary;
And we pride ourselves in keeping our list small: we prefer to focus on a select number of projects rather than spread our energies thin.
Among the authors that have marked Susanna Lea Associates’ history in France are the bestselling novelist Marc Levy, Ingrid Betancourt, philosopher Tzvetan Todorov, chef Daniel de la Falaise, Vahram Muratyan, Fabrice Midal, the authors behind How to be Parisian or novelists Sabri Louatah, Violaine Huisman, and Adélaïde de Clermont-Tonnerre.