President Biden selects Hajdu for the National Council on the Humanities. White House nomination submitted to the Senate.
Hajdu's first graphic book, a collaboration with artist John Carey, published by Columbia University Press. "A Revolution in Three Acts" tells the story of three radical vaudevillians: Bert Williams, Eva Tanguay, and Julian Eltinge.
Hajdu's first novel, "Adrianne Geffel," published in paperback by W.W. Norton.
Janis Siegel and Renee Rosnes release 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.
Read Hajdu’s writing for The Nation.