About the Book
My intention has been, as always, to document and to preserve for myself and others a transient moment of aesthetic pleasure, a faithful representation of the subject, a faint thumbprint of a complex experience.
K. B. Dixon is the author of seven novels: The Sum of His Syndromes, Andrew (A to Z), A Painter’s Life, The Ingram Interview, The Photo Album, Novel Ideas, and Notes as well as the essay collection Too True, Essays on Photography, and the short story collection, My Desk and I. The recipient of an OAC Individual Artist Fellowship Award, he is the winner of both the Next Generation Indie Book Award and the Eric Hoffer Book Award. Examples of his photographic work may be found in private collections, juried exhibitions, online galleries, and at K.B. Dixon Images, kbdixonimages.com.