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Mertz
by Bean Newton

1. The incessant confabulation of newspaper articles, kitsch. packaging, and glue.

2. The uncontrolled growth of sculpture.

3, Stuff.

4. This includes Mars Bar wrappers, Young Wan Dies, the splinters of a cedar box, stones from low-atmosphere roof-bound chat, hubcaps, daydreams, milk-jug caps, labels from a can of Green Giant cream of corn, porn, squeeze-cheez, elbow greez, bees knees, toiletries, the lumbar support out of a bucket seat from an '84 Volvo 240 DL, nitroglycerin patches, door latches, Ohio Blue-Tip matches, the kitchen sink, the fur from a mink, a meat skewer, pipe from a sewer, a laundro-mat, a full-grown cat, a marital spat, a three-cornered hat, your mother-in-law, a jar o' cole-slaw, an automatic tranny, your gray-haired granny,

Bean Newton's Experimental Mode (Introduction by E. W. Wilder)
Mertz
That's Not an Acorn, Daddy
An Answer to a Question Burroughs Never Asked