Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance Episode 10 – Duncan Trussell

Our guest this coming Tuesday will be Duncan Trussell, host of The Duncan Trussell Family Hour podcast and co-creator of Midnight Gospel – an animated series based on his podcast. Duncan will discuss the success of Midnight Gospel and his experiences with psychedelics.

Date: Tuesday, July 28th

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM PST (6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST)

About Duncan Trussell

In a time marked by the proliferation of the long-format podcast, Duncan Trussell has separated himself from the masses. An innovative practitioner of stand-up comedy, Duncan is known for combining a seemingly endless supply of out-there, stream-of-consciousness dialogue, with vivid imagery that tends to leave his audience in a state of humorous introspection.

Duncan Trussell provides listeners a glimpse into his own experience of self-discovery via genuine reflections on his past struggles, successes and constant process of growth and transformation. This openness and honesty allows Duncan to explore a number of socio-political world issues in a way that acknowledges these struggles exist within each of us. Duncan has also become known as an advocate for psychedelic plant medicines in recent years, and has helped his audience understand their therapeutic benefits.

The Duncan Trussell Family Hour podcast explores a variety of topics including consciousness, personal development, addiction issues, mental health and world affairs. Guests on his podcast range from the comedians to spiritual healers, writers and philosophers. His animated series, Midnight Gospel, acts as an extension of his podcast series with psychedelic inspired animation, providing an incredible visual element to some of his most noteworthy interviews.

You can learn more about Duncan Trussell here.


MAPS Canada has priced the Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance webinar series at an affordable $111 for the full 14 episodes. Single episodes are available for $22 each, with discounted rates for students, seniors and those affected by COVID-19. Tickets can be purchased online at www.mapscanada.org/webinar

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