Cultural Writing. Art. Visual Literature. Vicious in its elegance, erratic in its precision, uncompromising with each steak it claims, the attendant (and massive) mounting disquiet of the etcetera barbecue seeks to violently combat an epoch that fetes placebo and ruthlessly undermine a world where 'resource is garbage not harvested'. Demonstrating total contempt for policies that were implimented to 'kill it if you builds it', the etcetera barbecue is no company picnic. For those of us starved for examples of elusive hen's teeth extracted from the nether regions of our literature, the etcetera barbecue is a small feast of lettrisme, found, and typewriter poetries--by one of the foremost pracitioners of these often misunderstood and virtually forgotten arts--gathered together in a book whose strain on the eye is finally worth the bother. gustave morin is the proprietor of stained paper archive, a mostly invisible organization of dubious origin whose purpose continues to remain ill-defined. A self-styled 'werewolf and a ferriswheel' who has been editing, publishing, performing and exhibiting his varied works internationally in magazines and venues both big and little for the last fifteen years. His minor opus, A Penny Dreadful, appeared in 2003 through Insomniac Press, and is now (for reasons unknown) out of print. The ETCETERA BARBECUE is his fifth book.