LSD and Science Fiction go together like peanut butter and jelly or like religion and boredom. They are both vehicles for perceiving reality in a new way or perceiving new realities.
List of ReferencesEdit
- Brian W. Aldiss's novel Barefoot in the Head, pp. 99, 249
- Poul Anderson's "A Man to My Wounding," a short story in his collection The Horn of Time
- Stephen L. Antczak's novel The God Drug
- Harry Harrison's novel Make Room! Make Room!
- The 30% Iron Chef episode of Futurama
- "The Soft Weapon," a short story in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
- Michael Moorcock's novel The Final Programme (LSD gas)
- Mack Reynolds' novel The Towers of Utopia, pp. 44, 122
- Mack Reynolds' novel Commune 2000 A.D.
- Rudy Rucker's novel Hylozoic, p. 191
- Jake Saunders & Howard Waldrop's novel The Texas-Israeli War: 1999
- Norman Spinrad's novel Bug Jack Barron
- Norman Spinrad's novel He Walked Among Us
- Norman Spinrad's novel The Men in the Jungle
- Norman Spinrad's novel The Stone That Never Came Down
- Norman Spinrad's short stories, "Carcinoma Angels," "All the Sounds of the Rainbow," and "The Entropic Gang Bang Caper" in his collection The Star Spangled Future
- Colin Wilson's novel The Mind Parasites
- "There is More Than One of Everything" episode of Fringe
- How SNL Got its Cones Richard Johnson et al., New York Post. March 6, 2009.