14 May 2022

Baggott/Almond novel set to be filmed

Julianna Baggott and Steve Almond’s novel, Which Brings Me To You, is set to be filmed. The romantic comedy will reunite The Hating Game star Lucy Hale with director Peter Hutchings.

14 May 2022

Baggott story bought by Paramount

Paramount Pictures has purchased the option on Julianna Baggott’s horror story, Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit. Pitched by rising star, Melanie Toast, who is also penning the script and will produce alongside producers James Wan for Atomic Monster and Will Rowbotham and Luke Maxwell for 3Arts.

15 Feb 2022

Iron Ocean/Paramount TV option Baggott story

Jessica Biel and Michelle Purple’s company Iron Ocean with Paramount TV optioned Baggott’s story, “Welcome to Oxhead.” Brendan Deneen and Baggott will be co executive producers. Read more here! https://deadline.com/2022/02/jessica-biel-michelle-purple-iron-ocean-reups-first-look-deal-paramount-television-studios-developing-welcome-to-oxhead-drama-1234933331/amp/

24 Sep 2021

Publishers Weekly Announces Baggott’s Latest Deal

Julianna Baggott’s I’d Really Prefer Not to Be Here with You has been purchased by Blackstone Publishing. Publishers Weekly announced the deal, “…a debut high-concept short story collection… already sold for TV in a six-way bidding war, to Brendan Deneen, for publication in 2023.” More updates to come!  

23 Oct 2020

Disney options The Anybodies

THE ANYBODIES by N.E. Bode has been optioned by Disney Channel (with Disney+ as its distribution home). Julianna loved writing these books with all their magical elements and whimsy but, deep down, these are stories about love and redemption.

08 Jul 2020

Hillary in Quaterly West

Last spring, Julianna had the flu. In her fevered state, she was reading & watching documentaries about both Hillary Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. They burrowed in, and she wrote a few pieces. Here’s “Hillary Rodham Clinton: A Fairytale with  Coyotes,” now available at Quarterly West.

29 Jun 2020

NY Times Style section!

Julianna’s piece, “Living in a Bubble,” was included in The New York Times Style section as a Tiny Love Story.  Scroll down four stories and you’ll find a great photo of Julianna, her youngest daughter and her mom. You can read it here online, but it also appeared in the print edition on Sunday, June

14 Jan 2020

Strange Horizons for Baggott

Julianna has a new story up at Strange Horizons — you can read or listen to the podcast. If you liked the first half of THE LOBSTER, maybe you’ll dig this. (It was inspired by the most aggressively affluent and eccentric in-flight magazine; one article was devoted to brandy being aged 24/7 with blaring opera