I did a search on the literary "Brat Pack" of the 80's.
Now I know we all know Bret Easton Ellis. His writing is among my favorite and probably worth of my top ten list.
And Jay McInerny. I loved Bright Lights, Big City. I really haven't read anything else by him. Although his new short story book looks really good and I'll probably be picking that one up... soon.
But nobody here talks about Tama Janowitz. I read through her the excerpts of her short story collection Slaves of New York and it looked really good.
I've also seen Mark Lindquist mentioned among the "Brat Pack" yet have never heard of any of his work.
Does anybody have opinions? Thoughts? Suggestions?