Published in conjunction with Ed Steck's sleep as information / the fountain is a water feature, this three-part publication of the same name includes a limited edition book published by COR&P. The book-length poem confronting the nebulous associations of fragmented memory: a pseudo-taxonomical investigation with plywood-like consistency, an expository web of mall food court fare, anti-memories of a large indoor water fountain, and cheap paperback science fiction novels.
The book is printed in an edition of 400 and comes in four different cover colors.
The limited edition version of the book is signed by the author and accompanied by a poster and photocopied zine containing an essay on memory, insomnia, and replication. It is limited to 50 copies.