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Ken Kesey on lsd

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Ken Kesey on LSD

Ken Kesey was an American author, best known for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. He experimented with LSD, psilocybin, mescaline, and DMT.

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What a Trip

Ken Kesey’s visions of a different world set the Sixties in motion.

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Ken Kesey on LSD Pt 2

Another interview where Ken Kesey reflects on why people are so afraid of LSD.

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Ken Kesey on Misconceptions of Counterculture

In his book "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test," Tom Wolfe described the escapades of Kesey and the Pranksters as they drove around the country in their Day-Glo school bus. Terry Gross spoke with Ken Kesey in 1989, and asked him what he thought about Wolfe's book and how accurate it was.

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Ken Kesey's Acid Quest

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the release of Acid Test, Brooke speaks with Wolfe and writer River Donaghey about how acid shaped Kesey, spawned the book and de-normalized American conformity.

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Ken Kesey - in Touch with the Invisible: On the Rhythms of Writing

Ken Kesey discusses the importance of the rhythms in writing and how the right phrasing can generate great moments of inspiration.

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Ken Kesey on LSD and Revolution

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The Prince of Possibility

In 1964, Ken Kesey was working in a cabin in La Honda Creek, south of San Francisco. He and his wife, Faye, had moved there in 1963, after their house on Perry Lane, in Menlo Park, was torn down by developers. Perry Lane had a bohemian tradition that Kesey had advanced.

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Ken Kesey Interviewed by Frank Frey

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