Notes on Contributors
List of Writers on Issue #5 of The Psychedelic Review, 1965
RENE DAUMAL died at 36, in 1944, a poet; philosopher; orientalist. His Mount Analogue
(A Novel of Symbolically Authentic Non-Euclidean Adventures in Mountain Climbing), published by Vincent Stuart
, London; Pantheon Books
, New York] carries an introduction by the translator, Roger Shattuck.
DAVID DRAKE is assistant professor of mathematics at the University of British Columbia
GERALD HEARD has also appeared in our first and third issues. His recent book, The Five Ages of Man
, will be reviewed in our next issue. In the Winter, 1965, number of The Kenyon Review
, he contributes The Poignant Prophet
, which is reminiscent of Aldous Huxley.
WILLIAM JAMES was perhaps the first American psychologist and scholar of mysticism.
GEORGE LITWIN is an instructor at the Harvard Business School
EDWARD W. MAUPIN, Ph.D., does re-search at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California Medical Center
RALPH METZNER, Ph.D., co-editor of The Psychedelic Review
and co-author of The Psychedelic Experience
, has recently been traveling in India.
TERRY WINTER OWENS and SUZANNA SMITH are two freelance writers who are students of the Gurdjieffideas under Dr. Willem A. Nyland.
GUNTHER M. WEIL, Ph.D.is co-editor of The Psychedelic Review
and assistant professor of psychology at Brandeis University
, Waltham, Mass.
MICHAEL HOLLINGSHEAD is an associate of The Castalia Foundation
, Millbrook, New York.
PAUL A. LEE, Ph.D., is assistant professor in the Department of Humanities
CARLSALZMAN, M.D., is a psychiatric resident at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center
in Boston and a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Medical School
RICHARD EVANS SCHULTES, Ph.D., is lecturer in botany and Curator of the Botanical Museum of Harvard University
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