Flushing, NY: Ultimate Publishing Co., 1966. First Edition. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers. Single Issue, Digest magazine. Spine slightly darkened else a fine copy. Item #312145
¶ Many years prior to the discovery of LSD, Clark Ashton Smith penned this short story about a sculptor by the name of Balcoth who takes a hallucinatory drug that comes from the distant planet of Pluto which enables him to expand his perception of time and space in extraordinary ways, including an ability to peer into his own future. The story first appeared in the September, 1934 issue of AMAZING STORIES.