Kurt's study, with his friend Cliff Barney, of G. Spencer Brown's Laws of Form generated a surge of creativity in Kurt resulting in sample chapters of a book called Omasters. A multi-dimensional-story-line fantasy adventure in part about a space vessel shaped like a tortoise shell in danger of falling into a black hole, hundreds of pages were generated, and literary agent John Brockman tried, unsuccessfully, to find a publisher for the book. Funny, confusing, arcane, and filled with scholarly references, it was just too wild for the traditional world of publishing in 1979. An encouraging rejection letter from Doubleday/Anchor Books to their agent John Brockman is illustrative. From what appears to be Kurt's original typed pages, you can enjoy a bit of Omasters right here. More to follow!