A 6-page article,
titled Do Me Dada Style, on my experiment with Tristan Tzara's Dada
poetry technique, along with the 10 original Dada poems from the experiment.
The work contains a forward by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, Psy.D, as well as a Dada poem, from her, using words from Adel's texts, on paper made by artist Anthony Mangicapra.
All sealed within two plies of wood, screwed shut.
A smaller, all-paper version was limited to five copies, and contained the six page article, including a transcript of the poems, and (only) the forward by Dr. Sinclair.
Each came with a distinctively drawn sigil inside, and the written works were printed on two types of paper, bound by a black bow,
though no images of the poems were made available.
An edited version of the article, titled Do Me Dada Style, is available in the newest edition of Abraxas: International Journal of Esoteric Studies,
minus the original images, or Dr. Sinclair's forward, and Dada poem.
One was able to download a zip file of the entire work, including photos, poem scans and the complete written pieces,
but it is now unavailable, as the article is currently in issue #3 of Abraxas.