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High Times Magazine # 30, February 1978

High Times Magazine # 30, February 1978

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High Times Magazine # 30 - February 1978

High Times - The Magazine Of High Society. Copyright 1978 by Trans-High Corporation. Published by Trans-High Corporation. $1.75 cover price.

High Times Magazine has been chronicling the counterculture for over thirty years. First published as a quarterly in 1974, High Times is still being published (now a monthly) with its continued emphasis on marijuana use and cultivation and the fight for cannabis legalization.

High Times Magazine has many unique editorial features which you just won’t find anywhere else including its "Trans-High Market Quotations" page which lists the current market prices and supply information for various illicit drugs; a "centerfold" usually of some unusually good-looking bud; HighWitness News - recent news of marijuana, drug busts, and other counterculture happenings; and, of course, the advertisements which feature any and all kinds of paraphernalia.

Issue # 30 from February 1978 features:

  • Brooke Shields - Hollywood’s 12-Year-Old Sex Goddess
  • Michael O’Donoghue Interview - How I Invented Saturday Night Live, The Lampoon, and 70’s Humor
  • Eating Dope - J. F. Burke
  • How To Live Forever - Gary Stimeling
  • LSD Now: A Generation Later
  • Sex With Dolphins - Ed Dwyer
  • Centerfold - Colombian Hashish


This issue features an interview with Michael O’Donoghue, the comic genius behind the National Lampoon and Saturday Night Live; A great article on LSD by all the luminaris of the day - Allen Ginsberg, Dr. Stanley Krippner, Dr. Ralph Metzner, Timothy Leary, Baba Ram Dass (Dr. Richard Alpert) and many others; An article on eating cannabis; How to Live Forever; And an article on Brooke Shields.

For fans of underground comix this issue features a Freak Brothers page by Gilbert Shelton and Joe E Brown, a one-pager by J. Holmstrom, a one-pager by Ken Landgraf, a full-page ad for One & a Half rolling papers by Skip Williamson, and a full-page ad for Krupp Mail Order (Kitchen Sink).

The Trans-High Market Quotations page states there is decent availability of commercial Colombian and a pound will set you back $250 - $450.


Abraded corners, moderate use, missing page 41/42.

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High Times Magazine # 30 - February 1978


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