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Psychedelic Press journal Volume XXI is now available

We are delighted to announce the publication of Psychedelic Press Volume XXI. The latest edition of our eponymous journal features a cover artwork by the amazing Rebecca Jordan, and a host of articles examining many aspects of psychedelic culture, history, and literature – from Jewish mysticism to psychedelic poetry and the...

Volume XX

Psychedelic Press Volume XX is out now!

It is with great pleasure that we can announce the publication of the latest Psychedelic Press journal – Volume XX – the first of 2017! This edition is jam-packed full of interesting articles, including our new journal editor Nikki Wyrd’s report on her first psychedelic trip (by way of an...

Psychedelic Press 2014 Vol.5

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 the festive season – it is my pleasure to announce...

Timothy Leary

Literary Review: Timothy Leary The Harvard Years by James Penner (Ed)

Originally published in 2014 Timothy Leary: The Harvard Years – Early Writings on LSD and Psilocybin with Richard Alpert, Huston Smith, Ralph Metzner, and others – is a collection of Leary’s authored and co-authored scholarly papers on hallucinogens. Sympathetically compiled, along with an introduction, by James Penner, the collection brings...

Erin by Robert Dickins

Psychedelic Press Publications Review 2013

It’s been a terrific first year for the small-scale launch of the Psychedelic Press publisher. Ostensibly launched in order to publish PsypressUK: Anthology of Pharmacography, a raft of interest from both readers and writers alike means that we’ve a very full, and very interesting line-up of publications being arranged for...

by antiel eldar

Reimagining the world: A Psychedelic Psychogeography

When you flick through the history of psychedelic pharmacography (drug writing), particularly since the 1950s, there is largely a concern for the invisible landscape; a concern for mapping and investigating imaginal territories through the psychiatric axioms of ego, Self, and the structure of one’s psyche. There are two important reasons for this:...

Illustration by Christine Alford

Psychedelic Press UK 2013 Vol.2: Anthology of Pharmacography is now available!

  Continuing its standard of high calibre print publications, this third issue of the Psychedelic Press’ flagship publication includes contributions from many of the leading writers and thinkers in the territory of psychedelic and entheogenic drug writing. Softbound, with a quality matt cover and coated pages, the anthology aims to...

Last Chance to Preorder the PsypressUK 2013 Vol.2 Print Anthology with 25% off Cover Price

Last Chance to Preorder the PsypressUK 2013 Vol.2 Print Anthology with 25% off Cover Price

There’s only one day left to preorder the Psychedelic Press UK 2013 Vol.2 : Anthology of Pharmacography at the reduced rate of just £3 (+P&P). You can order it here. This high-spec, print edition includes contributions from Drs. Stanislav Grof and Ben Sessa, Jack Hunter, Andy Roberts, Roger Keen and many more, along with a beautiful...

Lenson On Drugs

On Drugs by David Lenson

Originally published in 1995 ‘On Drugs’ by David Lenson is a fascinating and enlightening pharmacography on the cultural reception of drugs from the point-of-view of the user. The author had previously published works that included ‘Achilles’ Choice’ (1975) and ‘The Birth of Tragedy: A Commentary’ (1987) and was Professor of...

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