LSD and the Mind of the Universe (2019) by Christopher M Bache is an exploration of the author’s 73 LSD experiences undertaken between 1979 and 1999.
In ‘The Trials of Psychedelic Therapy: LSD Psychotherapy in America’ (2018), historian Matthew Oram skilfully explores the impact of regulatory models on LSD research.
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
The latest issue of the Psychedelic Press journal, XXVIII, covers nineteenth century hashish eaters, solanaceous fumigations, East Aglian fayres and more.
Dr Torsten Passie reveals a rich and largely ignored history of research with microdose, minidose and low-dose LSD, putting claims about microdosing’s extraordinary effects under the microscope. Includes a foreword by Dr David Nichols.
The Acid Nightmare (1967) by ME Chaber (Kendell Foster Crossen) is a mystery/crime novel. When someone is murdered during an acid party, Johnny Blake can’t be sure whether it was him or not – even though the gun was in his hand.
Heads, as a biography of psychedelic America, is in some respects a history of American culture’s entwining with LSD, and in another a kind of frank love note to the bearers of this culture.
Leaf Fielding, member of the legendary ‘Operation Julie’ LSD-manufacturing-and-distribution ring, was busted in 1977 and spent five years in jail, ending his sentence at Leyhill Open Prison. He published his...
The Gantry Episode (1968) by June Drummond was published by Victor Gollancz. One of a host of novels published in the late 1960s, which all had LSD being pumped into...
Originally published in 1969 by Brockhampton Press (UK), and later reissued by White Lion (1974), The Sugar Cube Trap by Madelaine Duke is a short novel set in Brighton, East...