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'''Jim Hogshire''' is a writer and publisher of the [[zine]] [[Pills-a-Go-Go]]. His last known address is in Seattle, WA. He is the author of several books, including ''You are Going to Prison'', ''Sell Yourself to Science'' and ''Opium for the Masses''.
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'''Jim Hogshire''' is a writer and publisher of the [[zine]] [[Pills-a-Go-Go]]. His last known address was in Seattle, WA. He is the author of several books, including ''You are Going to Prison'', ''Sell Yourself to Science'' and ''Opium for the Masses''.
  
Much of Hogshire's writing focused on drugs, and his own drug use is well documented. In 1996, following an argument with author [[Bob Black]], he was arrested for possession of opium poppies. He is also a practicing Muslim, and is noted for his unsolicited defense of [[Jim Goad]] on [[alt.zines]].
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Much of Hogshire's writing focuses on drugs and the law, and his own drug use is well documented. In 1996, following an argument with author [[Bob Black]], he was arrested for possession of opium poppies. He is a practicing Muslim, and is noted for his unsolicited defense of [[Jim Goad]] on [[alt.zines]].
  
 
Hogshire's whereabouts are often unknown, and he is often difficult to contact.
 
Hogshire's whereabouts are often unknown, and he is often difficult to contact.

Revision as of 14:13, 29 August 2006

Jim Hogshire is a writer and publisher of the zine Pills-a-Go-Go. His last known address was in Seattle, WA. He is the author of several books, including You are Going to Prison, Sell Yourself to Science and Opium for the Masses.

Much of Hogshire's writing focuses on drugs and the law, and his own drug use is well documented. In 1996, following an argument with author Bob Black, he was arrested for possession of opium poppies. He is a practicing Muslim, and is noted for his unsolicited defense of Jim Goad on alt.zines.

Hogshire's whereabouts are often unknown, and he is often difficult to contact.

External Link

Zinebook.com interview with Jim Hogshire

Bob Black and Jim Hogshire

"Jim Goad Will Be Free Soon Enough" by Jim Goad