Literary agent Julie Just will head to Pippin Properties on May 1st.
Just (pictured) is looking for clients who write strong and distinctive young-adult and middle-grade fiction. She also has an interest in narrative nonfiction for adults and children.
In other revolving door news this week, three members of the editorial team at Simon & Schuster have been promoted…
Molly Lindley has been named associate editor. In the past, she has worked at Lippincott Massie McQuilkin literary agency and HarperCollins.
Nick Greene movies up to associate editor. He has been with Simon & Schuster since October 2010.
Jonathan Cox has advanced to assistant editor. Prior to this, he held the title of editorial assistant.
- Fritz Brantley, Ron Hogan & Michael Szczerban Join Regan Arts as Editors
- Scholastic Hires Chief Experience Officer
- Rose Else-Mitchell Named EVP of Scholastic Education
- Job Moves at Quirk Books, Atavist Books, & Penguin Young Readers Group