Natalie Galustian represents narrative and commercial non-fiction as well as literary fiction. She spent fifteen years as an antiquarian book dealer before becoming an agent, firstly with Simon Finch Rare Books, and later running her own rare book shop and gallery in Cecil Court, where she also regularly hosted launches for new and established authors alike. In 2014, she collaborated with Faber Social to showcase a dedicated pop-up shop for their music list, and held events and exhibitions for Stanley Donwood, Willy Vlautin, Viv Albertine, Irmin Schmidt and Andrew Weatherall.
In 2017, she co-edited with the writer Anthony Holden an anthology of new short stories about poker entitled He Played For His Wife.
Natalie is primarily looking for strong new voices in non-fiction across musical, visual, dramatic and culinary arts, history, memoir, biography, essays and humour, along with some select fiction and short stories of literary quality.