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Ebooksby Fraser Clark- ISBN 0 9522532 4 0 Price £5

The novel that rewrites the rules. Illustrated in full colour The totally hip/spiritual/futurist/activist/romantic/shamanic sci-fi e-novel from legendary consciousness club promoter Fraser Clark


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What's been said about megatripolis@forever and Fraser Clark

NEWSWEEK - 'Clark espouses a philosophy that attempts to unite the spontaneous and flexible aspects of the hippy right brain with the logical pragmatic left. There’s an aura of 21st century tribalism; a dash of Mad Max mixed with a Robert Bly retreat in the midst of a hippie love-in.'

ARENA (UK) - 'Dubbed the ‘Timothy Leary of the E Generation’, Clark has helped alter the development of a whole subculture. He grabbed the new youth Rave cult by the scruff of the neck and pumped it full of hippy idealism.'

VILLAGE VOICE - 'Beneath the funhouse evangelist lies a great freak, wily and openhearted. He knows that when you put loud repetitive beats, space-age synthesizer doodles, psychedelics and dancing bodies together, you not only engineer ecstasy, you set up the potential emergence of radically different models of self and community'

MONDO (US) - 'Though possessed of an Honours degree in Psychology from one of Britain’s most ancient seats of learning, Clark dances as well - and nearly as much - as he talks, and often when he talks'

THE INDEPENDENT (UK) - 'Many drop out only to drop in again. Not Fraser Clark. He has kept the faith and his time has come. He is that rare type, the idealist who has cradled his dream, biding his time, awaiting planetary conjunctions, and then acted upon it'

NEW YORK TIMES - 'Mr Clark is lord of the new techno-shamanism. Such cybernetic celebrities as Timothy Leary, Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow and Ken Kesey have expressed support for the Clark gospel.'

LA TIMES - 'Crank up the music. Spread Peace and Love. Plug into the Internet and meet the Zippies, a cyber-rave, altered states kind of movement led by shamanic zippy elder Fraser Clark'

VSD magazine (France) - 'Between Yoga, Dollars, the Road, LSD, Ibiza, India and California, Clark explored everything before discovering the pleasures of technology and creating the Zippy.'

OUTSIDE magazine/Rolling Stone (US) - 'Clark moves with a studied languor as though he’s providing clues to the zeitgeist with every facial tic and gesture. “‘I’m just a guy’ the happy impresario told one reporter, adding helpfully, ‘Jesus was just a guy too, of course’ He wants to perform a cultural marriage to bring together two heretofore separate tribes - the technoheads of US rave culture with the good old fashioned hippies - in an unstoppable new supertribe. ‘It would send a message to the world’s leaders: New Scene in town! No more bullshit!’ Gotta have a permit, the officers demand. Bollocks, Clark amiably replies.'

Douglas Rushkoff: Cyberia (Harper Collins) 'Deep down this man is a teacher, a spokesman and advocate for the modern urban neopagans, who has dedicated his life to the spread of archaic consciousness, specifically through the Youth Culture, which he sees as our last hope for planetary survival. Like their ancestors and most current mathematicians and physicists, Zippies have abandoned organised rules of logic in favour of reality hacking - riding the waves, watching for trends, keeping an open mind, and staying connected to the flow.'

Terence McKenna - 'Zippy means affirmation. It’s not against anybody. It’s for life, youth, the individual, the psychedelic vision and the immediacy of feeling.'


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