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•  Lizzie Borden in Love: Poems in Women’s Voices, Baggott’s second collection of poetry and nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Poetry in 2006, uses the voices of many women to offer commentaries about their lives. These poems include portrayals of Mary Todd Lincoln, Katherine Hepburn, and Monica Lewinsky, among others.

•  The Madam is Baggott’s third novel. Published in 2003, this novel is a fictionalized account of Baggott’s great-grandmother’s bordello, which operated in 1920s West Virginia.

•  Baggott and Steve Almond collaborated on Which Brings Me to You: A Novel in Confessions (2006). This epistolary novel tells the story of two people who have an immediate attraction to one another and who use letters as a way to learn each other’s romantic history.

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