"pills-a-go-go" was a zine published by Jim Hogshire that waxed eloquent about prescription and over-the-counter drugs: mental/physical effects, elaborate drug histories, and methods of acquisition. Yes: ritalin, DXM, codeine, robbing drugstores, faking illnesses, "pill road tests", making tea from decorative poppies, and pill stealing/sharing ethics.

I was very very happy to see a largish book, Pills-a-go-go: A Fiendish Investigation into Pill Marketing, Art, History, and Consumption, distilled out of the issues noone ever saw. New stories and a glossary, to boot!

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