Toby Mundy

Toby Mundy has worked in book publishing for 25 years. He is executive director of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-fiction and the founding director of the literary agency TMA. In 2000, he started the independent publisher, Atlantic Books, where he was CEO for 14 years. He is vice-chair of the board of trustees of Wimbledon Bookfest and sits on the editorial board of Prospect magazine and the advisory board of the think-tank DEMOS.

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