Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

“July 1, 2011 – Ann Arbor, MI—Dzanc Books is proud to announce that it has acquired the eBook rights for Jonathan Baumbach’s entire backlist to be published within the Dzanc Books rEprint Series.  This includes his 14 books of fiction prior to Dreams of Molly, which Dzanc published earlier this year, and his nonfiction, The […]


Jonathan Baumbach will be introducing Autumn Tale (Conte d’automne) at BAMcinématek on MAY 7 as part of The Late Film Series. The screening will be followed by a signing of YOU or The Invention of Memory. I have been sitting on my hands waiting for the moment I could announce that news for months and […]


St. Albans

05Mar09

On Tuesday I spoke to a class of seniors studying “very recent fiction” under the expert tutelage of Gene Campbell at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C. I definitely was not reading sophisticated lit crit when I was that age! We talked about The New You Project and YOU or The Invention of Memory and […]


The reading was packed, and amazing! It was the first time I have ever heard Jonathan Baumbach read and it was pretty dazzling. Normally at readings I start to nod off if the topics aren’t salacious, but I would’ve happily listened to him read the entirety of YOU or The Invention of Memory. Maybe because […]


Jonathan will be reading from YOU or The Invention of Memory: (on the radio) “Across the Borderline”  on February 8 from 2-3pm. The program streams live on Berkshire Community Radio. (in person) at The Bookstore in Lenox, Massachusetts, in the Berkshires on Valentine’s Day. 3-5PM, FREE. (in person) at KGB Sunday Night Fiction on February […]


Brooklyn literati, rejoice! Jonathan will be reading from YOU or The Invention of Memory at Brooklyn College on Wednesday, February 18, at 6PM in the Barker Room (2315 Boylan Hall). FREE. “You manages to convey something essential about the arbitrary and slippery nature of events, desire, memory, and narrative.” — The Brooklyn Rail


Hope that everyone who’s gotten their hands on YOU or The Invention of Memory is enjoying it! The feedback I’ve been getting has been so luminous and amazing and from around the world. Please keep it all coming. Also, I thought it would take people like a month to read it but on Twitter I […]