According to Publishers Marketplace, Hilary Rubin has found a new home. No need to worry about the poor woman, wandering the streets of New York City, homeless. She's gone over to the other side, taking a job as an associate editor with St. Martin.
The news flash says that she's working in the editorial department, which means that she is an editor, but it sounds too much like some non-fiction post, akin to a newspaper. I picture her writing out commentary, for some reason. Things like, Dear Ms. Agent, what were you thinking when you sent this shite to my attention?
No wait, that's only if I had an agent who submitted to her. Best of luck in the new job, Ms. Rubin. And, by the by, if you're looking for a great read, historical fiction? How about a modern setting, women's fiction? Okay, then maybe you'd be interested in the family saga, modern setting with historical flashbacks?