My Beautiful City Austin

By David Heymann

David Heymann crafts seven masterful tales of a young architect who fails again and again to dissuade his clients from their bad decisions. So the houses he designs aid and abet the ongoing erasure of Austin’s ambrosial charm. These sharp, humorous stories explore consequences of Austin’s rediscovered allure. Fueled by the dubious intentions of its inhabitants, this is a town growing madly while ignoring the pain of a thousand small cuts.

172 pages

Location: Austin
# Fiction

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