As of June 2010, Tripping is in its Eleventh Printing, the most definitive and current to date, with future modifications limited mostly to updates of listings in the Resource section. The new printing should begin shipping by the third quarter of 2010, if not earlier. (Supplies of earlier printings must be exhausted first.)
My article on Christiania, the hash-hustling squatters community in Copenhagen, is in the March 2009 issue of the libertarian rag Reason ("Free Minds and Free Markets") available at your local newsstand and bookstore right about now. I just received my copies, so go ahead and get yours! Subscribing to this fun, incisive, and informative magazine is indicated.
Check out the December 2008 online interview of me posted by Psypress UK (Psychedelic Press UK).
As of early 2009, Tripping is in its Tenth Printing, the most definitive to date, with future modifications mostly limited to updates of listings in the Resource section. New to this printing are new blurbs, index listings, and promotional text on the front and back covers, a few typo and other minor corrections, and updated resource listings, including some new entries and revised URLs. Virtually 100% of the corrections and changes I've requested have been made -- thanks to my righteous editor Paul Slovak, and my illustrious and noble publisher Penguin. The Tenth Printing should begin shipping by the second quarter of 2009, if not earlier. (Supplies of earlier printings must be exhausted first.)
As of 2008, Tripping is in its Ninth Printing, identical to the Eighth, the most definitive to date.
My article "Can Science Validate the Psychedelic Experience?" is published on pages 65-68 in the March/April 2007 issue of Tikkun, available late February 2007.
As of 2007, Tripping is in its Eighth Printing, the most definitive to date, with 99.99 percent of the corrections and updates I've ever wanted. Included is an updated resource section and a second (two-sided) page of press blurbs and testimonials.
My review of The Visionary State: A Journey Through California's Spiritual Landscape by Erik Davis with photographs by Michael Rauner (Chronicle Books) is featured in the November/ December 2006 issue of Tikkun, available October 2006.
My review of Higher Wisdom: Eminent Elders Explore the Continuing Impact of Psychedelics, edited by Charles Grob and Roger Walsh (SUNY Press), is featured in Shaman's Drum #72 available July 2006.
As of March 2006, Tripping is in its Seventh Printing, the most definitive to date, with 99 percent of the corrections and updates I've ever wanted. Included is an updated resource section and a second (two-sided) page of press blurbs and testimonials. The price has gone up to $20, which will take effect as soon as all previous printings ship out of the Penguin warehouse.
You'll see a blurb by me on the back cover of Dan Carpenter's A Psychonaut's Guide to the Invisible Landscape: The Topography of the Psychedelic Experience published by Park Street Press/Inner Traditions February 14, 2006.
My Tikkun piece "Is Taking a Psychedelic an Act of Sedition?" is excerpted in several sidebar boxes throughout Clifford A. Pickover's Drugs, Sex, Einstein and Elves: Sushi, Psychedelics, Parallel Universes, and the Quest for Transcendence (Smart Publications, 2005), a book for which I provided a blurb posted on his site and hopefully on future printings of his book. Clifford is a brilliant mathematician, a prolific writer, and a muser on all things fantastical.
My review of Christian Ratsch's The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants: Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications (Park Street Press) is featured in the December 2005 issue of High Times, available October 2005.
My review of Ken Goffman (a.k.a. R.U. Sirius) and Dan Joy's Counterculture Through the Ages: From Abraham to Acid House (Villard Books) is featured in the June 2005 issue of High Times, available April 2005.
My review of Hakim Bey and Abel Zug's Orgies of the Hemp Eaters: Cuisine, Slang, Literature & RItual of Cannabis Culture (Autonomedia, 2005) is featured in the April 2005 issue of High Times, available February 2005.
A French translation of my review of Huston Smith's Cleansing the Doors of Perception: The Religious Significance of Entheogenic Plants and Chemicals is featured in Cannabis Quebec #13 available August 2004.
As of November 2003, the 5th printing of Tripping is now shipping from the publisher, complete with a few dozen corrections, some new bibliographical references and updated Website URLs, and two pages of press notices and testimonials at the front. These changes were actually instituted in the 4th printing of June 2002. The 4th and 5th printings are the most definitive printings to date.
A French translation of my piece on opium in Heads #10 appears in Cannabis Quebec #6 available October 2003.
My paper entitled "Footprints in the Ether: Patterns and Characteristics of the Psychedelic Experience," an adaptation of my Starwood XXI workshop presentations, is featured in the premier issue of the Journal of Drug Education and Awareness, available May 2003.
The text for my August 2002 talk at the Boom Festival on "The Political Implications of Psychedelic Consciousness" can be read (in a slightly shorter form) in Issue 9 of Trip: The Journal of Psychedelic Culture available late March 2003.
See a write-up of this Website and Tripping in the brand new Fourth Edition of the Psychedelic Resource List by Jon Hanna, a superb resource guide to psychedelics-related commodities, publications, happenings, and learning and information exchange. Go to the page on the Entheogen Review's site to order and get information on it.
My article, "Poppycock: Distilling the Myths about Opium" is featured in Issue 10 of Heads magazine, available July 2002.
My article on "psychedelic sedition" in Tikkun is now featured in the archives of AlterNet.org.
Tim Page's narrative in Tripping is now featured on a Website devoted to the Vietnam War: Vietnampix.com.
My article on "psychedelic sedition" is featured in the March/April 2002 issue of Tikkun: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture & Society. To read, click on "Back Issues" and scroll down to the piece.
An adaptation of my "Conversation with Terence McKenna" in Tripping is featured in issue Number 60 of Shaman's Drum, a "Special Issue on Psychedelic Mysticism," available December 2001, which contains loads of artwork by Alex Grey, the subject of the cover story.
My views are quoted in an article in The Daily Wildcat, the student newspaper of the University of Arizona, Tucson, on November 27, 2001.
Jody Franklin's interview with me is featured in Issue 6 of Trip: The Journal of Psychedelic Culture, available autumn 2001, also readable on Jody's Website. Click on \"Writing," then "Published Works: Articles, Reviews, Essays," and go near the bottom of the page for the link: "Interview: Tripping with Charles Hayes."
My reviews of R.E.M.'s new album Reveal and the Neville Brothers' autobiography The Brothers are featured in the Fifth Annual Music Issue (July/August 2001) of The Oxford American.
An excerpt from Tripping, a portion of the narrative by Stephen Kessler entitled "The Initiate," is featured in the June 7-13, 2001 issue of The Northern California Bohemian.
My review of Huston Smith's Cleansing the Doors of Perception: The Religious Significance of Entheogenic Plants and Chemicals is featured in Issue 4 of Heads magazine, available June 2001.
My review of Nick Bromell's Tomorrow Never Knows: Rock and Psychedelics in the 1960s is featured in the June 2001 issue of High Times.
November 6 to December 6, 2000: The Tripping narrative by British war photographer Tim Page is featured in a special issue of Feed, the online magazine, "The Future of Drugs."