Meet the Team
Dulwich Books was voted the UK’s best Independent Bookshop in May 2014 by the industry, of which we are immensely proud. Based in West Dulwich on Croxted Road, we have been here for 33 years, serving the community, book lovers and local schools.
Dulwich Books is linked to The Marsh Agency, a leading international literary agency based in Mayfair, London.
Do talk with our expert booksellers in the shop, or on the phone – we are always happy to take orders, make recommendations, discuss our passions and new discoveries.
Events and Communications Manager
Harry is our Events and Communications Manager. He reads a lot of non-fiction about politics and music. A recent graduate, Harry is a member of the Labour party and a keen painter. His favourite novel is Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Sareeta is our newest Bookseller. A lifelong lover of fiction, she's returned to bookselling after several years in publishing. When she's not here at the shop, you'll find her glued to her laptop, trying to work on her latest novel while fending her cat off the keyboard.
Keep a beady eye open outside the shop and you might spot Annie either on your TV in her role as an extra, or otherwise up to her elbows in the addictive smell and feel of secondhand books at a fair or bookstall. Inside the shop, you’ll probably find her running our lovely children’s department and holding storytime, sharing the picture books she is so passionate about, in fact she spends her spare time writing and illustrating her own.
Do any of you really need introducing to Philip? Probably not, because he’s been here forever. But let’s spend a moment anyway, contemplating the Godfather of Dulwich Bookselling. He went to art school, which we won’t dwell on, and these days only stops reading long enough to paint. And when he paints? It’s about books. It is always worth stopping him in the shop to ask what he’s reading, he is constantly searching out the unique, surprising and wonderful.
Cathy has worked in in publishing for over 30 years, in various sales roles, and is very excited to have this opportunity to see it all from the other side. She is looking forward to learning all about bookselling and meeting the customers.
She is a keen gardener and loves walking, nature and wildlife. She also sings in 3 local choirs and plays the ukulele. She speaks Italian and French and a little Spanish.
Susie Nicklin is the owner of Dulwich Books and the CEO of the MILD group. She began her career at The Bodley Head publishers and as a translation rights agent before becoming Director of English PEN and subsequently Director of Literature at the British Council. She represents writers, sells foreign rights, works as a bookseller and curates and chairs literary events.