We’re keeping things local this week with a replay of our event with Gregory Curtis—Austinite and longtime editor at Texas Monthly. Head over to our Facebook page now to re-watch the conversation.
The longtime editor of Texas Monthly, Gregory Curtis, joined BookPeople live on Zoom earlier this week alongside Stephen Harrigan for a conversation about his new memoir, Paris Without Her—a remembrance of his visit to Paris for the first time without his wife by his side. It’s an elegant and elegiac memoir that’s already garnered a glowing review from The New York Times and we were thrilled to be a part of the pub day festivities.
More virtual events like this one can be found on BookPeople’s Facebook page. If Facebook isn’t your thing, that’s okay—they are available for viewing without an account!
About the author: Gregory Curtis is the author of The Cave Painters: Probing the Mysteries of the World’s First Artists and Disarmed: The Story of the Venus de Milo. He was editor of Texas Monthly from 1981 until 2000. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, Time, and Rolling Stone, among other publications. A graduate of Rice University and San Francisco State College, he lives in Austin, Texas.