Critically acclaimed and best-selling novelist Julianna Baggott is the author of over twenty books written under her own name and various pen names, published over the years by Simon and Schuster, Random House, Harper Collins, and Hachette. Her novels Harriet Wolfs Seventh Book of Wonders and Pure were both New York Times Notable Books of the Year. Her essays and poems have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The New York Times Modern Love column, Best American Poetry, and on NPR’s Talk of the Nation, All Things Considered, and Here and Now. There are over one hundred foreign editions of her novels published overseas. She teaches at the Florida State University College Motion Picture Arts. For more about her work, click here.
Baggott has given talks on efficient creativity at a hedge fund in New York City, at writers conferences, fundraisers, and universities as a panelist, speaker, and keynote. As a novelist, Baggott has toured nationally and internationally. While holding the Jenks Chair of Contemporary American Letters at The College of the Holy Cross, she developed and taught a six-week workshop on Efficient Creativity for faculty across disciplines. Baggott coaches individual clients at all career stages, from beginners to those returning to the pursuit they shelved years ago to those deep into a career who’ve hit a block. She offers workshops across fields and industries. For inquiries, you can contact her here.
Baggott and her husband and creative partner, Dave Scott, have four kids. Their oldest daughter is the sculptor Phoebe Scott.
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