I have yet to make the official announcement that the book I am working on has been picked up by a publisher until I actually sign something (just a little superstitious), but I can tell you about some of the people I have interviewed that will be appearing in some form or another in its pages:
Rick Doblin, president and founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)
Ken Babbs, former Merry Prankster
Jim Woodring, creator of Frank
Arik Roper, psychedelic illustrator and poster artist
and many others...
Over the course of the next few months I will post quotes and notable anecdotes from these folks.
Here's a gem from Michael Moorcock as taste of things to come: "...Generally, however, I decided that recreational drugs were best just being used for personal enjoyment and that little insight into the workings of the world, at least as I understood them, could be acquired through their use. Far too much, in my view, was assumed to be some form of objective truth. I think we got a little illumination but a lot more sheer delight."