The Red Wheelbarrow is the twenty-second piece in his book "Spring and All", a collection of prose and free-verse poetry published in 1923. The poem was first published without a title.
- so much depends upon
- a red wheel barrow
- glazed with rain water
- beside the white chickens.
- Elliot Alderson documents his perfect loop in a personal journal, which he titles "Red Wheelbarrow". (“eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc”) A full-length edition of the journal, “eps1.91_redwheelbarr0w.txt”, was released in November 2016.
- Hot Carla burns books in a small red wagon. (“eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc”)
- Tyrell Wellick's father took great pride in his ability to recite the poem in English. Years later, Tyrell uses it as "a reminder of him, and a reminder of what I never want to become." (“eps2.9_pyth0n_pt2.p7z”)
- Tyrell leaves a coded message for Mr. Robot on a menu brochure for Red Wheelbarrow BBQ. (“eps2.9_pyth0n_pt1.p7z”)
- At the 2017 San Diego Comic Con, USA Network set up an "off-site" feature promoting Mr. Robot. The off-site included a Bank of E branch, which distributed "E-coin" cards to visitors. The cards could be used to purchase food at a nearby Red Wheelbarrow BBQ.