Innerspace. The Magazine of the Psychedelic Community #1

This early zine, billing itself as “The Magazine of the Psychedelic Community”, was founded in reaction to the ongoing control of psychedelic substances. Inner Space aspired to serve as a “clearing-house” for information about the potential benefits of psychedelics; its initial issue included a manifesto lamenting the lack of “positive useful data” available to the millions of users. Early issues included articles by Timothy Leary, Peter Stafford, Art Kleps, and Lisa Bieberman, as well as book reviews, research abstracts, discussion of media mentions of psychedelics, and related event announcements.

cm 27×28,5; BW ills.; staple binding. Publisher: InnerSpace, New York, 1966.

ID: 15582

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This early zine, billing itself as “The Magazine of the Psychedelic Community”, was founded in reaction to the ongoing control of psychedelic substances. Inner Space aspired to serve as a “clearing-house” for information about the potential benefits of psychedelics; its initial issue included a manifesto lamenting the lack of “positive useful data” available to the millions of users. Early issues included articles by Timothy Leary, Peter Stafford, Art Kleps, and Lisa Bieberman, as well as book reviews, research abstracts, discussion of media mentions of psychedelics, and related event announcements.

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