Item #10707 Psychedelic Monographs and Essays. Volume Two, Summer 1987. Compiled, Annotated by.
Psychedelic Monographs and Essays. Volume Two, Summer 1987
Psychedelic Monographs and Essays. Volume Two, Summer 1987
Psychedelic Monographs and Essays. Volume Two, Summer 1987

Psychedelic Monographs and Essays. Volume Two, Summer 1987

Thomas Lyttle Publisher, 1967. [First Edition]. Original wraps. Royal 8vo., pp. 120, paper covers, + pp. 5 advertisements at the rear, illustrated. -- Signed letter by Lyttle to Dawn Human wanting to barter a copy of his monograph vol two for a copy of his book "How to Get High" (he mentions that vol. three of his monograph is sold out). -- No notable defects. Overall Condition. Fine. Item #10707

"Tom Lyttle was a Borderline personality who sometimes crossed the border but he was an influential pioneer in this arena. With his eccentric orbit, Lyttle became the Strange Attractor of an astonishing cast of diverse characters from the counterculture, science, academia, art world, parapsychology, media, entertainment, medicine, psychedelic intelligentsia and more. He studied new media, media ecology, semiotics, art, philosophy, alchemy, magick, yoga, cultural anthropology, comparative religion, metaphysics and Postmodernism to find contemporary vocabulary to express his thoughts. He inhaled the knowledge of those around him in Cyber Alley, such as Mark Stahlman. He loved to rant on with Bob Dobbs about McLuhan, Menippean satire and Dada -- subjects he picked up in the New York City psychedelic intelligentsia. He had a thing for Ganesh and used it for his icon on The Psychedelic Yogi site. He was a walking encyclopedia of mythic and shamanic lore".-/tomlyttle.weebly.com/.

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