Felicity Anne Bryan was born on October 16, 1945. She was a British literary agent, the founder of Felicity Bryan Associates based in Oxford. She co-founded The Washington’s Laurence Star Fellowship. It was announced in June 2020 that the Fellowship was being renamed in her honour as the Stern-Bryan Fellowship.
She was married to the economist Alex Duncan of The Policy Practice and lived near Oxford. They have had three children: Alice Mary Duncan (born June 1982, died November 2004), Maxim Paul Duncan (born October 1983) and Benjamin Patrick Duncan (born May 1987).
Felicity Bryan, a leading British literary agent who helped nurture journalism on both sides of the Atlantic, organizing a long-standing fellowship that brings a young British journalist to work in The Washington Post newsroom each summer, died June 21 at home in Kidlington, England. She was 74.
The cause of her death is yet to be revealed. We will update you as soon as we have more information about her death
So sorry to hear the news of the death of Felicity Bryan. Such a bright light of warmth, energy, positivity and brilliance. A woman of immense kindness and care. such a loss https://t.co/2FeB7YWAVD
— Anna Whitelock (@AnnaWhitelock) June 21, 2020