INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.
INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.
INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.
INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.
INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.
INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.

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INNER SPACE #1, 2 & 4 (of 6). NYC: October 1966-Spring 1967.

Edited and published by Linn House. Each 20pp.-28pp. Illustrated. Founded as an off-shoot from the East Village Other, and subtitled "The Magazine of the Psychedelic Community", Inner Space set out "to serve as a clearing-house for information, and as a forum for the discussion of the use of psychedelics...Eventually, we hope to serve as a basis for the initiation of private research, communal set-ups, legal funds, etc.".


The first issue (October 1966) includes a manifesto lamenting the lack of "positive useful data" available to the millions of users of psychedelics; Peter Stafford on "LSD and the Law" (4pp.); Timothy Leary's important essay, "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out" (reprinted from EVO, and subsequently reprinted in Berkeley Barb); Lisa Bieberman's lengthy open letters to Sidney Cohen and Richard Alpert on their recent book, "LSD"; plus book reviews, research abstracts, discussion of media mentions of psychedelics, and related event announcements.


The second issue (circa December 1966) includes Art Kleps ("The Rhinestone in the Artichoke", 2pp.); "Pilgrims Promise: Proposed Facilities for the Neo-American Church at Cranberry Lake, New York" (3pp.); LSD and the law; the League for Spiritual Discovery fact sheet and feature on their Celebrations at the Village Theater; LSD seminar; a report from Haight-Ashbury; and letters from Bonnie Golightly and Ken Friedman.


The fourth issue (Spring 1967) includes Michael Bowen's reports from the recent Human Be-In in San Francisco; Lisa Bieberman on LSD's status among advocates and opponents and her open letter to Humphry Osmond about the meaning of the word 'psychedelic'; an article on Drop City, an early commune that drew inspiration from Buckminster Fuller; and various LSD news from around the USA.


Edges of #2 slightly age-toned, o/w Near Fine. All issues of Inner Space are hard to find, the first one especially so.

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