[Seven by Nine Squares home page] [Neoist Path] [Monty Cantsin]
The Baltimore Police knew a Neoist Conspiracy when they saw one.
Best of of all, the leader of the Neoists, Monty Cantsin himself,
was the very guy they'd caught putting up the posters around town.
But there were complications once Cantsin was safely behind bars.
Just who is this man, the police asked, and what does he do?
The fellow with the strange haircut and thick Hungarian accent
explained that he, Monty Cantsin,
was an open pop-star concept. Everybody
can be Monty Cantsin and there are many
Monty Cantsins in Neoism.
What, they asked, is Neoism?
Salem Alaton in The Globe and the Mail, July 5, 1986)