Psychedelic Press

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Psychedelic Press is an independent publisher and media organisation launched in 2008 as a website devoted to reviews of literature focused on entheogens and psychedelic substances.[1] The website has since expanded to an online magazine format, consisting of interviews, news and articles encompassing psychedelic culture, literature, history and science of psychoactive plants and compounds.[2][3]

In 2012 the Psychedelic Press print journal was established and Psychedelic Press UK has grown to a publishing house with a bi-monthly journal and range of books consisting of works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, covering psychoactive substances and altered states of consciousness from the perspective of wide range of disciplines.[4] The journal has published contributions from authors such as DMT researcher Rick Strassman,[5] Stanislav Grof,[6] the co-founder of transpersonal psychology, LSD historian Andy Roberts[7] and Mike Jay.[8] The publisher also works with independent artists including some of Britain’s leading visionary artists like Stuart Griggs to produce the cover art for publications.[9]


  • Science Revealed (2014) by Reverend Nemu
  • Erin (2015) by Robert Dickins
  • To Fathom Hell or Soar Angelic (2015) by Ben Sessa
  • Noumenautics (2015) by Peter Sjöstedt-H
  • Acid Drops (2016) by Andy Roberts


  1. ^ “PsyPress UK”, Breaking Convention 2015 – The 3rd International Conference on Psychedelic Consciousness. Retrieved 01-08-2016
  2. ^ “Rob Dickins, Editorial Director of online journal Psychedelic Press” Beetroot Books. Retrieved on 01-08-2016
  3. ^ “Psypress UK Crowdfunding Campaign” Reality Sandwich. 15-08-2014 Retrieved 04-08-2016
  4. ^ “Psychedelic Press Journal”, Psychedelic Press UK. Retrieved on 05-08-2016
  5. ^ Read, T; Strassman, R; Papaspyrou, M; King, D; Heaven, R; Slater, T (2014). "Psychedelic Press UK VIII". Psychedelic Press.
  6. ^ Sessa, B; Grof, S; Keen, R; Dahl, H; Roberts, A; Davy Barnes, M; Terry, A; Turner, E; Prtrone, V S; Gomila, A (2013). "Psychedelic Press UK II". Psychedelic Press.
  7. ^ Roberts, A; Luke, D; Heaven, R; Hardwick, T; Powell, S G; Gandy, S; Long, J; Keen, R (2014). "Psychedelic Press UK VII". Psychedelic Press.
  8. ^ Keen, R; Jay, M; Heaven, R; Horowitz, N; Green, R; Jesso, J W; Gallimore, A; Dickins, R; Glynn, J (2013). "Psychedelic Press UK VI". Psychedelic Press.
  9. ^ “A chat with Cornish psychedelic publishing house, Psychedelic Press UK”, It’s Nice That. 2015-05-06 Retrieved 16-08-2016

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