Agenda: more of the same, with Baldwin interlude by Maud Newton | September 10th, 2010 Apart from the occasional Twitter flurry, I’m really only doing one thing in my free time these days (getting closer, thanks for asking). With a few exceptions. Next Wednesday, September 15, I’ll ask Rosecrans Baldwin some questions following a reading from his smart, taut, very accomplished first novel, You Lost Me There, about a scientist whose memories of his screenwriter wife are upended by some angry notes he finds in her office long after her funeral. Baldwin and I share an admiration for Iris Murdoch and Graham Greene, and I’m interested in the way You Lost Me There, like The End of the Affair, turns on the discovery of a woman’s diary. We’ll be at McNally Jackson at 7 p.m. Comments are closed.