Psychedelic novel Erin now available!

Erin by Robert DickinsMy first novel ‘Erin’, and the third publication by the Psychedelic Press, is now available to buy here for just £5 (+p&p). It is limited to 150 signed and numbered copies, a third of which have been pre-ordered already… so get yours now!

Erin is set over a four-day arts and music festival called the Solpsycle Gathering. Narrated in the first-person by the protagonist, Lije Baillie, it opens with Lije waking early one morning in the arms of a mysterious girl called Erin, with no memory of who he is and how he got there. As the non-linear narrative unfolds, Lije is forced to confront the spectre of an unconscious pathology, as a plethora of psychedelics, and a festival on the verge of anarchy, lead him irrevocably toward a confrontation with his darkest self.

Writer and reviewer Roger Keen wrote of Erin: “Erin then is no mere documentary record but a sophisticated multi-levelled psychodrama, where Lije’s battles with his inner demons, set against the richly hallucinated backdrop of Solpsycle, come to resemble some fin de siècle Technicolor Greek myth. It’s a psy-novel for the high-tech age, in which the wide array of substances available and the composite polymorphous nature of their effects reflect our zeitgeist”

You can order a copy of Erin here

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6 Responses

  1. Daniel Williams says:

    I keep trying to order but can’t seem to complete the process. Help!


    from my iPhone

    • PsypressUK says:

      Hi Daniel,

      Looking into it but can’t seem to find a problem. After payment, does it return you to the item page? (Incidently, you have already ordered one… was posted yesterday. Thank you 🙂 )


  2. Placed my order. I would very much like a confirmation via mail from you guys (the mail I got was from paypal only) 🙂

  3. Oskar Lorentzi Wall says:

    The story of Erin and Lije is beautiful. The non-linear story viewed from a meta perspective is elegantly written, and the story in it’s entirety is very intriguing from the first page.
    Thank you.

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