Psychedelic Press UK

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Blog Tags:psychedelic, literature, books, counterculture, drugs
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:London

Reviews and research into psychedelic literature



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Greg Humphries and Julian Vayne's Walking Backwards, or, The Magical Art of Psychedelic Psychogeography explores mythology and meaning in the countryside of Albion. The post Walking Backwards, or, The Magical Art of Psychedelic Psychogeography by Gre...

The Traveling Nobody unerringly maintains a voice that resounds with possibility and wonder. The free-flow of this novel’s psychonautic passion through its steadfast “hero’s journey” structure translates, ultimately, into a thought-provoking...

The UK's premier harm reduction and welfare group, which provides invaluable services for people having difficult drug experiences at festivals has a new name: Psycare UK The post PsyCare UK: 10 years of festival harm reduction in the UK appeared fir...

Dismantling counter arguments as effortlessly as he would a rifle, Seymour’s greatest achievement in Psychedelic Marine is the watertight case he builds for recognizing the medicinal value of psychedelic experiences - potentially powerful agents of...

In The Tawny One, Matthew Clark argues that the evidence for the identity of the Vedic plant 'soma' most likely points towards an ayahuasca-like vine or grass concoction that includes multiple ingredients. Not only does the array of potential candida...

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. The post Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America by Jes...

Listening to Ayahuasca is a testament to the life-affirmation that can come from working with the medicine. But Rachel Harris does not shy away from delving into the thornier issues incumbent in its aggressively enthusiastic uptake by the West. The p...