Psychedelic Press UK journal – 2015 Volume II – is now available
The April edition of the Psychedelic Press UK journal (2015 Volume II) is now published and available. It can be bought from our online shop here: Psychedelic Press UK 2015 Volume II
This volume includes the second report from last year’s reboot of LSD Trials. Chris Howarth’s article, Subject S14CH, is a triumph of drug writing that skilfully navigates his experience. (Incidentally, there’s still a few days left to help crowd-fund the world’s first imaging study of the brain on LSD. There’s been a slew of causes to fund of late, but I believe this one is a particularly worthy cause.)
Elsewhere in the journal, historian Andy Roberts explores the Francis Crick, DNA, and LSD myth in his micro-history; Robert Tindall and Susana Bustos examine the shamanic implications of Homer’s Odyssey; there’s an excerpt from my own novel Erin, describing an experience with Salvia divinorum; Simon G. Powell discusses his mushroom experience of the ‘Sacred Pattern’; Jan Kounen relates an ayahuasca experience in Tonight, Some People will Encounter Fear; and lastly, Julyan Levy explores Ibogaine, asking if it’s a gift of forgiveness from equatorial Africa.
A breathtaking edition that also features the artwork of Lucy Brown.