The Cold War was escalating, the Russians were going to attack soon, and we had better stop touching ourselves. I didn’t really have any hopes or dreams then. I just wanted to live long enough to get married and have sex before God called us Home.
Such is the backdrop for Steven B. Smith’s new monograph, Waiting out the Latter Days, in which time seems suspended, where everyone's in a perpetual state of waiting. Whether the next thing will be better or worse . . . well, it’s hard to say. But until then, we can take solace in Smith’s unvarnished assessment of his past and present, rendered in photographs that are simultaneously as precise and as enigmatic as the light in Utah. Published by TIS Books (New York City).
116 pages, 20 x 25 cm, hardcover, TIS Books (New York City).