This cycle of poems traces my trajectory through different phases of the psychedelic drug experience. . George Andrews.

This cycle of poems traces my trajectory through different phases of the psychedelic drug experience. . .

np: nd. 4to, 8 pp., mimeographed from typescript on rectos only; stab-stapled in card wraps. Title from cover. Signed by Andrews on cover.

An early collection of psychedelic poems by the Andrews, who was an important part of the expat scene in Tangiers also lived for a time at Syd Barrett's legendary 101 Cromwell Road flat. No publication information is included, but the first poem, "Annihilating Illumination," was also published in 1963 by the Psychedelic Review. Another poem, "Live Rock", is dated "Tangier Jail, Decembre 1964". Some of these poems would also appear in Andrews’ 1966 Trigram Press collection.

A toned, chipped, and lightly soiled copy; heavily worn, but complete and rare. Item #26017

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