“Epiphanies Whilst Out of One’s Mind” by Hayoung Terra Yim – The Marijuana Debate



Humorous!       Informative!       Debatable!          Engaging!

“All of the above” describes the book
 Epiphanies Whilst High Out of One’s Mind by Hayoung Terra Yim–a book that strikes at the heart of the controversy many people are wrestling with socially, morally and legally, and that controversy is whether marijuana should be legalized for medicinal purposes. 


This book seeks to “to entertain and educate in a time of marijuana law reform.”  It has been described as a “unique and  . . . humorous narrative of a recreational user as well as the perspective and enhanced creativity the substance can bestow.”  

Join Dr. Mamie Smith on “Talk to the Author” @ 5pm (est) on September 27th, 2015 @ eamtradio.com and hear Ms. Yim talk about why marijuana should or should not be legalized for medicinal purposes.  

Hayoung Yim is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a degree in Political Science and English.  She is also a Third Wave feminist and an advocate for drug policy reform.  If you don’t already know what a Third Wave feminist is . . . you will after this interview. 

Ms. Yim will also discuss her understanding of marijuana law reform, changes in consumption behavior, her beliefs that cannabis use yields creative expression, “aha moments” and how to avoid “greening out.”

One reader says of Epiphanies Whilst High Out of One’s


“This was an interesting read. It is part memoir and part educational. It’s blended very well though and never feels choppy while reading. We meet the author during a time where she is experimenting with marijuana. Readers follow along as she “greens out” and receives many epiphanies while high.”  Sage Adderley 


Whether you are for or against the legalization of marijuana, this interview will be informational, enlightening and engaging!  Come along and . . . “take the ride?”



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