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B by Jonathan Baumbach

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The novel that takes his initial offers 14 ways of looking at Baumbach's poet-protagonist, an intellectual's Bukowski, 14
narrative variations on the distorting mirror, calling into question the validity, even the importance, of truth in memory.

PRAISE

"Jonathan Baumbach has been a hero of mine since I started writing. I was then, and remain today, avid for novelists who push the limits of the novel's form without sacrificing its traditional human juices. Baumbach is just such a writer, and B is just such a novel-smart, edgy, full of feeling, not quite like anything else I've ever read."
Michael Cunningham, author of The Hours

ABOUT JONATHAN BAUMBACH

Jonathan Baumbach is the author of seventeen books of fiction, including Pavilion of Former Wives, Dreams of Molly, Flight of BrothersYou, or The Invention of MemoryOn The Way To My Father’s Funeral: New and Selected StoriesB: A NovelD-ToursSeparate HoursChez Charlotte and EmilyThe Life and Times of Major FictionRerunsBabble; and A Man to Conjure With. He has also published over ninety stories published in such places as EsquireOpen City, and Boulevard.

Baumbach, co-founder of the Fiction Collective in 1973, the first fiction writers cooperative in America, has seen his work widely praised. His short stories have been anthologized in Best American Short StoriesThe PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, and The Best of TriQuarterlyThe New York Times Book Review referred to him in 2004 as “an underappreciated writer. He employs a masterfully dispassionate, fiercely intelligent narrative voice whose seeming objectivity is always a faltering front for secret passion and despair.”