Hajdu novel, "Adrianne Geffel," a satirical work of "fictional nonfiction," published by W.W. Norton.
Janis Siegel and Renee Rosnes release new video of Rosnes/Hajdu song, "I Used to Like to Draw."
Hajdu essay in Library of America collection, "The Peanuts Papers: Writers and Cartoonists on Charlie Brown, Snoopy & the Gang, and the Meaning of Life."
Four songs with words by Hajdu on album by Stacy Sullivan, 'Tornado Alley'; release concert at Weill Hall.
JazzTimes magazine names ‘Ice on the Hudson’ its ‘Editor’s Pick.’
‘Ice on the Hudson’: First album of songs by Renee Rosnes and Hajdu released.
Hajdu and artist John Carey sign to publish their first book of graphic nonfiction, ‘A Revolution in Three Acts.’
Wall Street Journal names “The Ten-Cent Plague” one of Five Best Books about 1950’s America.
Spanish-language edition of “The Ten-Cent Plague” published in Spain.
Songs by Hajdu and Renee Rosnes performed at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Library Journal ranks 'Adrianne Geffel' one of "Standout Debut Novels"
Rosnes/Hajdu song, "All But You," on album by Nancy Harms, "She."
Choral work by Renee Rosnes and Hajdu, ‘Still,’ recorded by the Boston Conservatory Choral Ensemble.
First French-language edition of “Positively 4th Street” published in France.
Hajdu wins Lifetime Achievement Award.
New York Times editors pick Hajdu's 'Lush Life' for list of 100 best nonfiction books of all time.
Read Hajdu’s writing for The Nation.
Archive of Hajdu’s writing for The New Republic.
New Hajdu essay published in anthology, ‘In Their Lives: Great Writers on Great Beatles Songs.'
Hajdu essay in Library of America anthology, ‘Shake It Up: Great American Writing on Rock and Pop from Elvis to Jay Z.’