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Seven’s descriptions of the effects of using mind machines while on assorted psychoactives are unique to the psychedelic literature. These alone make the book worth reading. Over the course of his tale, Seven reveals himself to be a likeable character—flawed, as we all are, but inspiring in his honest exuberance. [ read more ]

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Confessions of a Dope Dealer
by Sheldon Norberg
Publisher:
North Mountain Publishing 
Year:
1999, 2000 
Reviewed by Fork
8/21/2012

As a bright young suburban kid, Norberg held a typical anti-drug attitude until his early teenage years, when his eldest brother Dave admitted to smoking pot and dropping acid. Initially shocked, Sheldon soon starts experimenting. [...] Although he goes to college, he’s more interested in partying and dealing drugs than attending classes, and he sees himself as a kind of psychedelic guru for those around him. [ read more ]

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Journeys Into the Bright World
by Marcia Moore & Howard Alltounian
Publisher:
Para Research Inc 
Year:
1978 
Reviewed by Fork
8/21/2012

Long before the Shulgins’ alphabetamine love stories appeared on bookstore shelves, Marcia Moore and Howard Alltounian gave us Journeys Into the Bright World, a drug travelogue focused on the transpersonal effects of ketamine. [ read more ]

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