Not surprisingly, it’s written by one of my fave writers. Hank Stuever takes on the younger Wilson in this profile for the Scotsman. Steuver works in some pretty good lines, like:
…Wilson’s mouth is a sideways apostrophe punctuating a sturdy jaw.
He is happy and yawny, and nice.
Back in the 1960s and early 1970s, Mr and Mrs Wilson must have been conducting something experimental in their suburban Dallas garage … something scientific as well as reproductive in theory. They had bubbly beakers and wires hooked up to consoles.
Check it out.