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High Times magazine was founded in 1974 by journalist and activist Tom Forcade. The publication was meant to be a standalone, cannabis-focused parody of Playboy magazine, but that inaugural issue was so successful that it became a monthly publication. The magazine is focused on marijuana and its associated subculture, and has featured contributions from writers such as William S. Burroughs, Truman Capote, Kinky Friedman, Debbie “Blondie” Harry, Joey Ramone, Hunter S. Thompson, Andy Warhol, Robert Anton Wilson, and Frank Zappa.