I’m honored that in the latest issue of The Burning Shore, Erik Davis, scholar of West Coast counterculture, reviewed The Family Acid: California, Roger Steffens’s far-out photo album I published with my Ozma Records partner Tim Daly!
Erik’s excellent essay is a double review, also focusing on the Anthology Editions reprint of Dennis Stock’s striking California Trip book from 1968.
Other Family Acid images feature artifacts like diffraction spikes, iridescent orbs, and weird lensing effects.
Instead he was cataloging the freaks and flower children as simply further symptoms of a larger and more ominously infectious condition: California.
The Family Acid: California (Ozma Records)California Trip (Anthology Editions)

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