Philip K. Dick has published a number of essays in obscure, extremely hard to find fanzines. We are presenting here two of these essays that were published in 1964 and 1968.
One article is about the loneliness of being a writer and the writer’s block. It was published in the “Galactic Outpost” in the summer of 1964.
The second one is titled “The Day the Gods Stopped Laughing” and was published in a fanzine called OOMPAH in 1968. In this article PKD discusses Synchronicity, a principle that was developed by the German physicist Wolfgang Pauli.
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