Mollie Glick to Join the Creative Artists Agency

By Maryann Yin Comment

CAA Logo (GalleyCat)Mollie Glick has been hired by the Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Deadline reports that she “will be based in New York and will help bolster the agency’s ability to offer ever more resources and opportunities to clients in the publishing space.”

Just prior to this move, Glick spent eight years working at Foundry Literary + Media. According to The Hollywood Reporter, some of the author clients she will bring with her include Jonathan Evison, Carol Rifka Brunt, Sarah McCoy, Al Benjamin, and Patricia Lockwood.

Back in 2013, Glick sat for an interview with The Huffington Post and talked about why she decided to devote her career to the publishing industry: “I’ve always been a bookworm. In fourth grade my teacher told my mother during their parent/teacher conference that I read too much! So I knew I had to find a job where I’d get paid to read. Plus, I actually get to use my English degree!”