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Production Narrative

by C. Meador

Forthcoming

Critical Analysis

by E. Rettberg

Design Features

typographic: In the sections of found text, various blocks of text designate different simultaneous historical narratives.

imagery: In the photographic section, the outlines of title pages of various slave narratives hover over pictures of the road, ghostlike in their ability to remind us of our links to an oft-forgotten past.

graphical: At the end of the book, abstract images of skulls and crossbones, coffins, and other artifacts are superimposed on pictures of the march and the police reaction.

Critical Discussion

The book revisits the site of an important historical moment for the civil rights movement, using evocations of the place and its various histories to intertwine past and present, innocent and guilty.

Long Slow March

Agents

Clifton Kirkpatrick Meador

type: initiating

role:
artist
author
printer
photographer
designer

nationality:
born: United States

dates:
birth: 1957-09-26


Publication Information

edition type: editioned

publisher: Clifton Meador

place: Unknown

dates:
publication: 1996-00-00

edition size: Unknown

Measurements

horizontal: 5.25 inches closed

vertical: 8.125 inches closed

depth: 1.0625 inches closed

Production Information

production means:
offset (local)

binding: unknown

substrate:
bookBlock: paper
endsheets: paper

media:
ink (local)

Appearance

general description: A thick but compact volume with a black spine and sepia tone covers.

format: codex (AAT)

cover: sepia-tone boards

color: yes

devices: none

Content

pagination: paginated portions of the book are paginated, with a clear disruptive pagination at the end when renumbering begins at "1" a couple pages from the end.

numbered?: unnumbered

signed?: unsigned

Colophon

None.