Amazing Dope Tales

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Ronin Publishing, 1999 - Social Science - 144 pages
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Go back in time to the dawn of the psychedelic era with Gaskin's Amazing Dope Tales - a personal account of acid trips, telepathy, occult phenomenon, and the San Francisco music scene during Haight-Ashbury's Summer of Love.

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Originally titled "Amazing Dope Tales and Haight Street Flashbacks". I read this book as a kid and it really affected me. I have read it many times since. It captures the essence of the sixties/seventies drug experimentation experience. Very hippie-dippie language. A one-of-a-kind read. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Gaskin taught San Francisco State's "Monday Night Class" in 1967, a creative writing course that became the world's largest mobile hippie community. He is the founder of Plenty International.

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