In an evocative blending of words and images, painter-photographer Carol Burch-Brown and poet David Rigsbee offer a depiction of trailers and their inhabitants. The understated imagery of Burch-Brown's 48 photos implies rather than proclaims the living conditions of these mobile-home dwellers, while Rigsbee's meditative, autobiographical essay parallels and illuminates the subjects and chronicles family histories with trailers.

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