In the Spring of 2013 I created an edition of etchings that bring together the themes explored in earlier Beet-In work. The edition is a series of prints made with different combinations of 3 zinc plates, each of which bears an image representing a different meaning of the sound bēt. Plate 1 is the handwritten text of Allen Ginsberg's famous poem, "Howl" representing the Beat movement. Plate 2 is an image created in response to conversations about the idea of the "Beat" as a unit of rhythm. Plate 3 is a generic image of the root vegetable. The 3 layered plates with details are below, followed by plate#2