'Gretchen and the Snurl[...] illustrates a story written by a fellow student, Mark Berger, concerning a boy named Gretchen who ventures into the 'big wide world' and is befriended by Boorp the Snurl, an amorphous creature. Despite warnings to avoid nasty Snatch (a colloquialism for vagina), Gretchen is almost devoured by the giant-toothed vagina on his arrival in the city. Saved by Snurl, the couple return to the countryside where they 'live happily ever after'. (Paul Melia, 'David Hockney, We Two Boys Together Clinging', in: Spotlight, Arts Council Collection, 1991)
The S.A.C. and Tokyo catalogues erroneously record an edition of 75.