File id79811 - Home Grown

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  • 1977 (Creation)


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Volume 1, Issue 1. "A fascinating production which spanned the gap between the hippie and punk eras of drug use in the UK and Europe, published by underground press veteran and South African émigré Lee Harris, a former member of the African National Congress, co-founder of the London Arts Lab, and writer for the International Times...articles by and about Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, William Burroughs, Ian Drury, Patti Smith, Peter Tosh, Gilbert Shelton, Heathcote Williams etc., covering topics including 'the jazzman's view on dope', the history of LSD, and various aspects of marijuana cultivation and use, illustrated throughout with reproductions of photographs, comics strips, caricatures, and other graphics, many in color, most of an explicitly psychedelic nature."--Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are drugs, and culture.

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