Patrick Walsh co-founded Conville & Walsh Ltd in 2000 with Clare Conville. In 2016 he left Conville & Walsh to form a new agency, PEW Literary with Conville and Walsh continuing to represent Patrick Walsh’s clients internationally.
Patrick can be contacted via his assistant, John Ash, at
Patrick Walsh’s non-fiction list of clients includes scientists, historians, biographers and leading writers on an extensive range of subjects that reflects his diverse interests – from physics to fatherhood; clouds to computer hacking; Romans to the Renaissance – with authors ranging from scientists such as Professor Jim-al Khalili and Simon Singh to historians such as Helen Castor and Tom Holland, the Chairman of The Society of Authors and memoirs such as Benjamin Mee’s WE BOUGHT A ZOO, which has just been filmed by Cameron Crowe with Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson, and Dame Daphne Sheldrick’s AN AFRICAN LOVE STORY.
Walsh also represents a wide variety of novelists, ranging from Nick Harkaway to debut literary novels such as Howard Cunnell’s THE SEA ON FIRE appearing from Picador in 2012 and Saira Shah’s THE MOUSE-PROOF KITCHEN from Harvill Secker in 2013 along with crime and thrillers by Howard Marks and Adam Creed. On the personal front, he has a life-long interest in conservation.