August 9, 2012
Not really, but spent most of my life in Houston.
Heavy on heavy.
Well-crafted fiction of no particular genre. Generally, what used to be called "midlist" titles or literary fiction.
Maybe Sheila Heti's How Should a Person Be?, recently and (mostly) negatively reviewed by James Wood in the NYer, but described in a way that made me want to see more of its innards.
Very well-run, good people, articulate discussion. Written years ago, statement remains true.