Here are 5 things I learned reading: Walter Benjamin At The Dairy Queen, By: Larry McMurtry
1. The American West was settled in one lifetime.
2. For most in the literary world, there is a difficult trade-off between reading and writing.
3. Most of the Western experience was overwhelmingly lonely.
4. A “short fat book” should go in a “short fat hole” on the shelf.
5. Geography can be hard for a writer to escape.