The author of over twenty books, Baggott has published eight literary novels for adults under her own name. Most recently, Pure and The 7th Book of Wonders, both New York Times Notable Books of the Year.
In addition to her novels for adults, Baggott has published seven novels for younger readers and teens, including award-winners, under her own name and pen name N.E. Bode.
In addition to novels, Baggott has four collections of poetry with work appearing in Best American Poetry, Poetry, American Poetry Review, read on NPR’s Talk of the Nation.
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Baggott is the author of over twenty books including literary novels, four collections of poems, and weird whimsy for children. She’s published two New York Times Notable Books of the Year, an ALA Alex Award Winner, and Kirkus Best Book of the Year. She teaches in Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts.
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Baggott speaks at universities, conferences, on panels and as keynote, for convocations and commencements. Her talks on efficient creativity reach across disciplines.
There are over one hundred foreign editions of books by Baggott, Asher, and Bode. Here are covers, trailers, and interviews about her foreign editions.
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Baggott has published four novels under the pen name Bridget Asher with Random House. There are over 40 foreign editions of Asher’s novels to date.