Loehnis Leaving Janklow & Nesbit
Tif Loehnis is stepping down as head of Janklow & Nesbit UK, the London arm of the New York-based agency. Loehnis, who's been with Janklow & Nesbit for 13 years and founded the London office, is leaving to spend more time with her three children. The U.K. office will now be overseen by Claire Paterson, who's director of Janklow & Nesbit UK, with Rebecca Folland, head of rights, and literary agents Will Francis and Tim Glister.
Munsen to HBG
Ralph Munsen has been named senior v-p, chief information officer, at Hachette Book Group, effective immediately. Munsen was most recently v-p of technology at Clear Channel, where he was responsible for all technology product development and operations. At HBG, he will lead the technology group and will split his time between the company's New York and Boston offices.
Patterson to Foundry
David Patterson has joined Foundry Literary + Media as an agent. Patterson was most recently a senior editor at Henry Holt and Co., where he worked for three years after having a six-year stint as an editor at Public Affairs. At Foundry, Patterson will be focusing on serious narrative nonfiction, with some pop subjects and authors, and the occasional work of fiction. He will start at Foundry on March 1 and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rogers Up at YUP
Chris Rogers has been named editorial director of Yale University Press, effective immediately. Rogers joined Yale in 2005 as executive editor for history and current affairs, following a lengthy stint at Oxford University Press. Prior to Oxford, he was executive editor and director of new business development in the college division at John Wiley & Sons.