The much-awaited first official collection of writings and artwork by notorious performer/songwriter Michael D. Williams. The lyricist for New Orleans metal/punk legends Eyehategod (whose prolific output has gained a mighty cult following since its inception in 1988), Mr. Williams has long been cited as a "decadent pioneer," a "hardcore-blues prophet" and "one true mouth of the disenfranchised" by members of the underground press. His fragmentary, hallucinogenic outlook is the ultimate illegitimate coupling of the downtrodden gutter-life beauty of Bukowski fused with Burroughsian cutup cerebral style. Early chapbooks by Mr. Williams are much sought after by collectors of strange and powerful literature and musical ephemera.