ROGER CONOVER is the executive editor of the MIT Press, where he acquires books on art, architecture, and visual culture.
OCT 2015 | Art
When I first met you, twenty years ago, it was this time of year. The season was turning; ducks were beginning to migrate from the coast of Maine to wherever they go in the winter. When I entered your workshop, you were clipping the wings of a few wild ducks that you wanted to keep on your pond by Deer Acres so that they would be there in Spring.