The Banned Lecture of Getting Higher is the lecture Julian Vayne was going to deliver at the Oxford Psychedelic Society before he was cancelled as a drug advocate.
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The world’s first conference on psychedelics and philosophy is taking place at Exeter University, Devon: 16-19 April 2020.
Psychedelic Press XXIX is a literary feast featuring original writings, articles and poetry exploring psychedelic culture.
Call for papers for a special themed issue of the Psychedelic Press journal on sex and psychedelics. Deadline for submissions is March 17, 2020.
Writers on Drugs presents The Hard Problem of Psychedelic Consciousness: Hallucinations ∧/∨ Revelations by Dr Peter Sjöstedt-H
How do we determine whether the phenomena of psychedelic states are revelations, hallucinations, or otherwise? Dr Peter Sjöstedt-H explores this question.
Ahead of the Writers on Drugs event, we catch up with LSD historian Andy Roberts about the ‘man who turned on the world’, Michael Hollingshead
Using a selection of dazzling and rarely seen images, Mike Jay considers the relationship between the psychedelic and the resulting work, and asks how far can we consider ‘mescaline art’ as a coherent genre.
The latest issue of the Psychedelic Press journal, XXVIII, covers nineteenth century hashish eaters, solanaceous fumigations, East Aglian fayres and more.
A full day of presentations and talks on the history and culture of psychedelia taking place in Regent’s Park, London, 8 December 2019.