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.
Gateway Mexico is the first book of the Nighttime Daydreams series by Nathan D Horowitz. A classic trip lit formula that explores peyote, ayahuasca & travel
Confessions of an English DMT-Eater (2019) by Guy Omar is an exploration of the author’s experiences with the powerful psychedelic DMT.
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.
Alien information Theory’s aesthetic presentation and surprising novelty cannot be overstated, qualities that are perhaps themselves symptomatic of the creative powers that psychedelics can bestow.
Europe’s largest psychedelic conference Breaking Convention (BC) is returning this August (16-18) to Greenwich, London, for its three day extravaganza.
Mike Jay’s Mescaline manages to balance the challenges of a global outlook with the intricacies of personal experience, along with the difficult dynamics of intercultural imposition.
AYA2019 will place a particular emphasis on discussing how we can translate our personal visionary experiences into actions that make positive changes to the wider world.