Julianna’s latest essay is now up at O: The Oprah Magazine “By the time I was ten, I was my mother’s confessor. My older siblings were teenagers or already out in the world. I was the only one left, and she was bored and a little lonesome—or maybe, for the first time, she had the
Julianna’s essay in The New York Times Modern Love column — “Playing Role Reversal with my Therapist” — is read by Oscar-nominated actress Isabelle Huppert for WBUR’s Modern Love Podcast.
Julianna’s latest story, “Plastics,” has been published in Conjunctions, alongside stories by Joyce Carol Oates and Ann Beattie. The current issue is called “Cabinet of Curiosities,” and Julianna’s story features a teen narrator caught in an environmentally disastrous version of the Florida Panhandle.
Julianna’s newest short story is about sentient sinkholes, a fierce Girl Scout, and the impermanence of life. Read it here at Quarterly West. Julianna’s short story “Posey Girl” is a speculative take on the future of sex. It’s now available at Terraform.
Three new short stories on Tor.com Julianna has placed three of her most recent short fiction pieces with Tor.com. You can read them here. The Virtual Swallows of Hog Island, Ecdysis, and Mental Diplopia.
This summer I was left alone in the house for over a week. I felt immediately feral and read weirdly and wildly — free-falling through Oliver Sacks, re-rummaging in The Unbearable Lightness of Being, and crash-coursing The Big Book of Science Fiction. The result? This short story now up at Tor. Enjoy.
Baggott will have three new sci-fi stories up at Tor.com in January, February, and March of 2017. The art for the first story about virtual reality, “The Virtual Swallows of Hog Island,” is here! And the story is now available for pre-order.
Julianna has a new piece up at Bustle, “What happens once NaNoWriMo is over? 5 Tips for Preparing Your Manuscript.” Writerly types can check it out here.
Booklist’s review of THE INFINITY OF YOU & ME just appeared and it’s wonderful. They call it an “ambitious sci-fi novel filled with multiverses and what ifs.” But what’s really fantastic is the shout out. “…complex world building that would appeal to fans of TV’s Orphan Black.” We’ll take it! The book pubs November 8th! This Tuesday! Click
Kirkus on THE INFINITY OF YOU & ME Kirkus Reviews just published a review of The Infinity of You and Me — and it’s fantastic! “…The clever, fast-moving plot features a strong, appealing heroine, Sylvia Plath’s poetry, romance, betrayal, and heart-stopping suspense.” See the full review here.