Brad Burge

Interview with Manifesting Minds editor Brad Burge of MAPS

The following interview is with Brad Burge, Director of Communications and Marketing at the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), and co-editor of the Manifesting Minds anthology (2014). Manifesting Minds is a collection of articles previously published in the MAPS Bulletin, which since its launch has been an important source...

The Hashish Club

The Hashish Club Vol.1 & 2 by Peter Haining

Originally published in two volumes in 1975 ‘The Hashish Club: An Anthology of Drug Literature’ is compiled and edited by Peter Haines. Volume one looks at the founding of the modern tradition of pharmacography, from Coleridge to Crowley, while the second looks at the psychedelic era, Huxley to Lennon. This...

Boomtown Line Up - 2014 WEB

BoomTown 2014 announce first acts!

Having already announced a brand new main stage celebrating folk and world music, as well as the theme of Carnival, BoomTown have issued some pretty exciting news so far this year and now to add to the ever mounting anticipation for one of the summer’s most immersive and theatrical events,...

Manifesting Minds

Manifesting Minds by Rick Doblin and Brad Burge (Eds.)

Originally published in 2014 ‘Manifesting Minds: A Review of Psychedelics in Science, Medicine, Sex, and Spirituality’ is an anthology of articles that have appeared in the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) Bulletin. It is edited by the MAPS founder Rick Doblin and Brad Burge, and includes over thirty contributors....

Ayahuasca and I

Ayahuasca and I: Not your typical trip report – Part 1 – By James W. Jesso

As the title suggests, I don’t intend to tell you the same thing you have heard over and over again about “Mother Ayahuasca”, visions of serpents, and purge buckets. I believe focusing on these elements of a psychedelic experience can work to re-enforce belief systems that distract us from understanding...

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Science Revealed by Reverend Nemu to be published shortly

Science Revealed by Reverend Nemu is our first publication of 2014, and is setting the bar particularly high. The first part of the Nemu’s End Trilogy: The History, Psychology, and Poetry of the Apocalypse, will be released by the end of January. Exclusively available, and ready to pre-order, through the Psychedelic Press online bookshop. £6.99...

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Interview with Kosmicare UK founder Karin Silenzi de Stagni

What service does Kosmicare UK provide and why is it important? Kosmicare UK is a service dedicated to helping people who are undergoing difficult drug related experiences at festivals. We set up a shelter in accordance with the principle of set and setting, essential for psychedelic care work. Our space...

Drink Me by Jeremy Beswick

PsypressUK 2014 Cover Illustration Unveiled

Lady and gentleman trippers, it is with great pleasure that we can unveil the cover illustration for the next PsypressUK anthology – created by the supra-talented Jeremy Beswick Studio600art – For details on all the contributors and to order your copy please follow this link:


Mother, Have a Safe Trip by Carl Abrahamsson

Published in the autumn of 2013, ‘Mother, Have a Safe Trip’ is a novel written by Stockholm based writer, photographer and musician Carl Abrahamsson. Although described as an “occult sex thriller”, its acid-soaked story is a perfect example of fictional psychedelic literature. At less than 200 pages, Abrahamsson’s book –...

Kosmicare UK

Help the Kosmicare UK Yurt Fund

Kosmicare UK has been working at British festivals for 5 years, always just for the love of it, and with very little resources. They have helped lots of trippers when they find themselves in the middle of their worst nightmare and helped them gain perspective and solid ground again in order for them to have the most rewarding experience....

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