This weblog explores asemic writing in relation to post-literate culture
None of the links I found mentioned who did the cover art, although there's lots of info on Burrough's relationship/influence by Gysin. But thanks to tryin' to find that, now Ima read Re/search #4/5!
You are correct, the cover features Gysin's work.
Yes, absolutely, that asemic writing is Gysin's
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