The Concise Oxford dictionary says: “literary a. 1. Of, constituting, occupied with, literature or books and written composition esp. of the kind valued for quality of form; … ”

… so it seems that I am literary, even though I don’t claim much knowledge of ‘literature’.

Charles Colson has coined the expression BFZ. This stands for ‘Book Free Zone’, and laments those well-educated folks—highly literate people—who choose to be non-literary. They are college graduates, says Colson, perfectly capable of reading, who choose not to. —Kel Richards’ word watch. Sydney: Pan, 2001, p. 20.