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Psychedelic Press Journal Volume XVIII is now available!

CONTENT: Editorial – Robert Dickins Mad Thoughts on Mushrooms: Discourse and Power in the Study of Psychedelic Consciousness – Dr Andy Letcher Ground to Source: Finding Meaningful Connections through Entheogens –Christopher G. Ewing Flesh Prism Takeover – Samuel John Ross War Stories...

Psychedelic Press UK Journal 2015 volume IV is out now

With the stardust of Breaking Convention still scattering, it is our pleasure to announce the – slightly delayed – next volume of the Psychedelic Press journal is now available here. A brilliant edition, it features the following articles: Antichrist Psychonaut by Peter Sjostedt-H, Psychedelic...

New paper on psychedelic psychiatry, ecology and literature

Preparing the Gaia Connection  An Ecological Exposition of Psychedelic Literature 1954-1963 by Robert Dickins, author of Erin This paper, originally published in the European Kournal of Ecopsychology, investigates the extent to which psychiatrically-mediated drug texts, published in the mid-twentieth century, reveal...

Psychedelic Press UK Journal 2015 Volume 1 is Out Now

Solve et coagula – to come apart and then reform – is a long-standing alchemical motto, a chemistry of mind and material, and arguably the most apparent philosophy in the practice and study of psychedelic efficacy. It is also an important...

Psychedelic Press Journal – 2014 Vol.5 – is now out!

As our longest night approaches here in the UK, thoughts are beginning to dwell more on 2015, but before they take up permanent residence, our final journal publication of 2014 must make its appearance. Slightly delayed – apologies for copies not reaching homes before...

Erin by Robert Dickins

Rob Dickins is well known as a guru of psychedelia and an avid participant in the British festival scene and here, in his first novella, he blends the two ingredients in a startlingly original and creative fusion. Erin takes place...

The Birth of Psychedelic Literature: Drug Writing and the Rise of LSD Therapy 1954-1964 by Robert Dickins

The Birth of Psychedelic Literature: Drug Writing and the Rise of LSD Therapy 1954-1964 by Robert Dickins

In many respects (though far from all,) the Psychedelic Press UK has been the result of my undertaking a Masters of Philosophy in English, which over the last few years I’ve been completing  with the University of Exeter (Cornwall Campus), under...

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