LSD Issue #1

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
An educated, satirical and sometimes cynical though also funny look at current events and world news. More
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About Mikey Lee Ray

Hi there, welcome to my world. Want to know me better? Just take a look at my diverse range of ebooks and dive into the world of Mikey Lee Ray. Some of my ebooks have already been downloaded thousands of times, that's a good start.

I'm always working on new projects, for example recently Richard Batchelor (author of "the Temp Pest") and I began to release the magazine LSD. As the title suggests it's highly experimental. In the long run we'll see if it's successful.

My newest ebook is called "How to Lose Money and Irritate People" and it's doing rather nicely so far. My first parody series in conjunction with other writers titled "Cherry Popper and the Pimpmaster's Stone" is currently being held up by the lawyers but when things get resolved I hope to publish it ASAP.

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Review by: Sara Hatfield on Oct. 22, 2013 :
An interesting article about Glass Steagall in Europe. A friend emailed me this issue of LSD and I'm happy to have read it. I think Mikey's article on Europe will be timely seeing as growing numbers of people are discussing this very issue both in Europe and in the United States. Richard's humor is great as well.
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Review by: Elena Danes on Oct. 18, 2013 :
Great articles and written passionately, for a free magazine it certainly delivers the goods!
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Review by: Jess Barclay on Oct. 18, 2013 :
I loved the idea behind "On This Day" gives history a fresh and funny perspective.
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Review by: Fiona Watson on Oct. 17, 2013 :
I enjoyed the Christmas piece, it's only October and already the Christmas decorations are up. What the fuck is going on with Western society when a day long holiday is marketed for over two months? I just don't get it either. Great writing Rich and Mikey.
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Review by: Sebastian Greene on April 01, 2013 :
For me the Glass Steagall / European debt crisis article was particularly interesting and threw out some good ideas. Also, well written Richard about Monsanto... if they represent the future of food in the world God help us.
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Review by: Sam Rodrom on Feb. 07, 2013 :
A timely commentary on some of the modern world's woes and ailments. Particularly enjoyed the Monsanto article. Great work Richard and Mikey.
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