A Fiddler's Green Leaflet by Clint Marsh & Gerhard
12 pages, 4 illustrations, and copper foil leaf logo on the cover.
'Mystics and intellectuals have extolled the virtues of stimulants throughout all of human history, believing that the use of certain substances can bring them closer to the ineffable. Although arduous journeys along “the poison path” appeal to many psychonauts, there is also much magic to be found in the use of milder stimulants.
In this illustrated booklet, Clint Marsh recounts his own history with two such drugs—pipe tobacco and black tea—describing the ways they have brought about creative and philosophical insights that may have otherwise eluded him.'
Originally published in Fiddler's Green 1
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