Copyright 2011 Rigby Taylor
There’s a truism that there’s no greater fiction than autobiography. That’s an exaggeration, but I concede they are selective rearrangements of reality. They have to be because to write everything would be impossible, and lives tend to be messy rather than organised. Therefore, I’ve adjusted the order of events slightly to make a more coherent narrative, and changed a few names to avoid embarrassment. However, everything in Dancing Bare did occur and, as far as I know, no one was hurt along the way. The 1960s were exciting years in which to be young and healthy, and I consider myself extremely lucky to have been born when and where I was.
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