|Circa 1967-1968 is a work of fiction. The images in the story are intended as part of the narrative, as literary constructions to be read and considered as elements of the fiction. They are not meant to represent actual people or places. While this is the ordinary assumption one makes when reading fiction, it's an assumption that is complicated slightly by the use of photographic images--but only slightly. The fact that those are real people under the distortions of photography should be irrelevant to the reader. Circa 1967-1968 turns images into glyphs and writes a story through them, a story that is entirely a work of the imagination.
--ed falco/blacksburg, VA/2003
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