[Dali's Handgun] was put together really simply. I have a big book called The Autobiography of Surrealism, it's a lot of surrealist poets and writers. I just went through a lot of these poems and took out random phrases from the original writings that seemed like cool ideas to apply to a handgun. The choice of trying to center it around the theme of a handgun seemed appropriate because all of the imagery is so loaded. You can read things into it that wasn't there when it was put together.
(Just about the only interesting tidbit from a 2001 interview.)