Literary agent Mollie Glick has joined CAA.

Based in the New York office, Glick will work closely with CAA’s clients in the publishing space.

Glick comes to CAA from Foundry Literary + Media, where she worked for the past eight years and represented New York Times best-selling authors Jonathan Evison, Carol Rifka Brunt, Sarah McCoy and Ali Benjamin; as well as poet Patricia Lockwood and “The Haunting of Sunshine Girl” web series, all of whom she will continue to represent.

Since launching CAA’s publishing division seven years ago, the group has closed deals for clients across every department within the agency, including nabbing Anna Kendrick’s upcoming collection of essays, food writer Michael Ruhlman’s four-book deal and Andy Cohen’s two New York Times best-sellers.