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OVO 13 Travel (January 1992)

January 1992. 200 numbered copies. 52 pages, 8.5 inches by 5.5 inches. Black & white photocopy.

Car crashes, psychotopography of Disneyland, the astral convention.

Front Cover.
Interview with Jennifer Murrian about her car crash.
The Psychotopography of Disneyland by Ignatz Topo.
Interview with Yael Ruth Dragwyla. I had intended to interview Yael in OVO 1 (1987). This interview was transcribed from a telephone call. When Yael describes how to learn about a place she suggests going to the library: it is much more likely now that she would suggest going online. I have succeeded in remembering to look at my hands in a dream, and I have succeeded in looking at my hands in a dream. Yael later wrote the ‘Brag of the Female SubGenius,’ which had a significant influence on the Church of the SubGenius. I do believe that if you think intently about something you will ‘go there’ in your dreams. But I have more faith in seeing something beyond my body’s capacity by way of television than by astral travel. Yael and Hakim Bey hosted the Astral Convention in 1988. I said I couldn’t go because I didn’t believe in astral travel, and instead suggested they hold the convention inside my head so I could at least watch. This comment was quoted by Hakim Bey in the book Akashic Record of the Astral Convention, A.A.A.Z. Contributors to the Akashic Record include Peter Christopherson, Jhon Balance, Hakim Bey, Yael Dragwyla, James Koenline, Tutor Turtle, Ivan Stang, Feral Faun, David Crowbar and others.
Index, Table of Contents and Reference.
PLN Benefit Tape Advertisement.
Advertisements to reprint in other zines.
Paid advertisement.
Back Cover.

OVO is a collection of new works in the public domain edited and published by Trevor Blake since 1987. New issues are in progress.