Hermitix focuses on one-on-one interviews relating to fringe philosophy, obscure theory, weird lit, underappreciated thinkers and movements, and that which historically finds itself 'outside' the academic canon.
Technology, Practice, and the Weird
A podcast conversation with Krishna / East Forest
Talking with TANK
Today, when the foundations of consensus reality can no longer be counted on, the strange ruptures described by Davis are no longer curious oddities, but case-studies for a renewed engagement with reality in all its weirdness.
The Varieties of Psychonautic Experience
"High Weirdness has seemed to me, sitting on my bookshelf, desk, or in my backpack, like some cursed magical grimoire out of Weird fiction."
The Ultraculture Podcast
In one of the first interviews I did about High Weirdness, Jason Louv and I dig in
High Weirdness with Lorenzo
Lorenzo and I talk about the history and future of psychedelic practice
Keeping the Mission
Covers "a wide range of topics, including eclecticism, psychedelics, philosophy, spirituality, existential dread, esotericism, capitalism, meditation & more."
Talking High Weirdness with a serious Occulture Vulture
Keep Psychedelics Weird
Host Eamon Armstrong and I stretch out on this, the 23rd episode of his podcast
Desert Oracle Radio
Taking to the desert airwaves to plumb the voids between the stars.
How the World Got Weird
My conversation with Ali Beiner about weirdness, awakening, and the shake-down of consensus reality.
PKD and High Weirdness
After discussing High Weirdness with my old pal Miguel, I rant for a while about conspiracy theory.
A Brief History of Queer Psychedelia
From Gerald Heard to the Black Leather Wings
Erik reflects on a decade of podcasting, the work of conversation, the uncanniness of our moment, and the publication of High Weirdness.