Oliver Sacks: Tripping in Topanga, 1963:
L.A. Review of Books 12/11

Oliver Sacks is the legendary neurologist and New Yorker essayist whose books include the classic The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat. His new book is Hallucinations.
Jon Wiener: In your book Hallucinations you mention what you call your “long virginity” in experience with hallucinogenic drugs.
Oliver Sacks:
I was afraid you’d get onto this. That was the last chapter I wrote, and I wasn’t sure whether it should be in the book or not. I think it probably should. I think I was afraid of hallucinogenic drugs. . .
. . . continued at the LA Review of Books, HERE.