Sometimes it's easier for writers to get connected with a new agent just starting out or one moving to a new agency. Today's Publishers Lunch mentioned a couple of changes, which I'm listing below:
After four years as an agent with Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, Los Angeles-based Jenoyne Adams has started her own agency, Bliss Literary Agency International. She will focus on middle grade/YA, literary/ethnic-world fiction, and creative nonfiction/women's interest. Levine Greenberg will continue to represent Adams, who is also a novelist, on her own fiction.
At the Stephanie Tade Agency, Dana Bacher has been hired as an agent and subsidiary rights manager. She will represent general fiction and non-fiction, and will develop a new YA and children's book department at the agency. Bacher associate director of subsidiary rights and marketing director, trade books at Rodale.