Top 50 Marijuana Books:
Getting cozy with a good book is always fun, but when it’s a book about marijuana, it’s even better. Believe it or not, there are many great books on the topic of cannabis, although you might not find them in your local library. You’ll probably need to go online and purchase the books or find some other bookstore than carries non-traditional topics.
Marijuana books cover many topics that will satisfy a variety of readers. You’ll find general books covering broad topics, as well as poignant biographies, fun cookbooks, and colorful guidebooks. Plus, don’t forget the books on growing, such as my free Marijuana Grow Bible, that provide practical knowledge on cultivating our favorite herb!
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Below are 50 of the best marijuana books to read while sipping some weed tea.
Marijuana in General
The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness by Steve DeAngelo
This book is all about the history of cannabis, delivered in a way that gets right to the point. The author is actually the CEO and founder of the largest cannabis dispensary in the world, believe it or not. He describes marijuana’s medicinal past, its more recent prohibition and the results thereof, and makes predictions for the future of cannabis.
The beauty of this book is that the author, Steve DeAngelo, has a myriad personal experience to draw from. He explains an important but often overlooked aspect of the marijuana conversation and helps us understand better what’s really going on here.
Brave New Weed by Joe Dolce
As its title implies, Joe Dolce delves into the “brave new world” of marijuana, going both into the future as well as into the past to take a closer look at the many aspects of this controversial plant. He discusses the legal, political, cultural, medical, and social areas of marijuana — all of which are still extremely relevant today.
Perhaps most importantly, Dolce looks at the why. Why do we think of weed in a certain way, when it used to be an everyday medicine for many ailments? When and why did things change? He travels the globe to get to the bottom of it and points us in the direction of where he expects the marijuana question to go.
The Emperor Wears No Clothes: Hemp and the Marijuana Conspiracy by Jack Herer
Jack Herer, having already written a comprehensive history of hemp – including its uses and the cultural aspects surrounding the plant, has updated his work to form this new book. He describes the present-day issues surrounding marijuana, including how high profile it has become and why it is a conspiracy, to begin with.
According to Herer, the petrochemical industry is intentionally preventing hemp from being used for medicine, textiles, food, energy, and paper. It’s a renewable source, making it the ultimate threat to this industry. Could it be that it’s all a conspiracy working against hemp?
The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis by Julie Holland, M.D.
Edited by Julie Holland, The Pot Book is a collection of information and contributions from a variety of authors and high-profile people in the marijuana world. This book looks into the psychological and physiological effects of marijuana on the human body, as well as the many uses that is has in medicine. It isn’t all science and medicine, however; it also looks at the web of politics, legalities, business, and culture that surrounds this plant.
The beauty of this book is that it’s fairly up-to-date on scientific research and other information, and it covers a broad variety of topics. In other words, it’s the perfect book to give any reader a better idea of the marijuana world today.
The Little Black Book of Marijuana: The Essential Guide to the World of Cannabis by Steve Elliott
If you’re looking for something more concise, easy to read, clear, and informative, this is an excellent book for you. It looks at the history and culture behind marijuana, as well as the other aspects of the uses of the plant. This includes using marijuana, growing marijuana, cooking with various forms of marijuana, and understanding the differences between the different strains and varieties of marijuana.
It looks at the medical uses, the potential side effects, and the legalization movement of marijuana (although much has changed since 2011). It even has color photos of the different types of marijuana, for fast and efficient learning.
Mom’s Marijuana: Life, Love, and Beating the Odds by Dan Shapiro
This autobiography is the story of a young man named Dan Shapiro. He fought a battle with Hodgkin’s disease — and lived to tell the tale. This is a story of how he did that, and what it means to beat the odds. It’s written in a lively and surprisingly funny way, making it a joy for anyone to read.
The really remarkable part about this story is that his mom was extremely against drugs, but chose to set those beliefs aside in order to grow marijuana for her son. She discreetly grew the plants behind her sunflowers to give her son the medicinal herbs he needed.
37 Tons by David Victorson
This is an autobiography of a man who grew up in an immigrant neighborhood in Boston during the 1960s. Victorson began dealing pot at a young age during his teen years. The story tells of how that went from simple dealing to the actual smuggling of marijuana from Amsterdam to the United States, and then even bigger operations working in the countries of Nepal and India.
He began working for a Colombian cartel and had plenty of wealth to spare — until one of the largest pot busts in the United States happened to one of his operations, that is. This book is incredibly and unflinchingly honest, going from sorta extreme to just plain extreme. Victorson experienced the high life, prison, poverty, addiction, and finally redemption. Ultimately, Victorson experienced survival — and now he shares this story with us.
Marijuana Smuggling For Fun and Profit by Robert Bach
When Robert Bach found himself out of work from his airline pilot occupation, he stumbled into an unexpected journey. He became a marijuana smuggler, contributing to one of the biggest operations of marijuana smuggling in the United States and even on the continent in general. He was highly successful.
Of course, it wasn’t all success and glory. Gun fights, plane crashes, and other difficult consequences are all a part of his story. His marijuana smuggling business took place during the 1980s, and he now gives us an honest and interesting rendition of what really happened.
Just Say Yes: A Marijuana Memoir by Catherine Hiller
This memoir, published in 2015, tells the true story about a woman’s long term use of marijuana. She gives the dirty details about using marijuana and how it has affected the various aspects of her life — from friendship to fun, to work, marriage and more. It is candid and clever, giving readers an entertaining as well as an informative read.
The point of it is to give readers an honest idea of what using pot in the long term means. It’s a 50-year account of using marijuana, something that is so far fairly hard to come by in written form.
The Last Pirate: A Father, His Son, and the Golden Age of Marijuana by Tony Dokoupil
Tony Dokoupil is the son of Big Tony himself, the American pot baron. He grew up in the 1980s and has a unique story, as you might expect. The father, Anthony Edward Dokoupil, was part of one of the biggest marijuana rings in the United States.
Of course, his son had a unique perspective — to him, this pot baron was a self-destructive man who was nonetheless a present father. His addiction led to him destroying just about everything — but never how much love and devotion he gave his son.
Deliciously Dee: The Happy Chef – Expert Cannabis Cookbook by Chef Dee
This book is designed for anyone interested in just about any aspect of making marijuana edibles. Written by Chef Dee herself, it answers questions that many new medical marijuana patients might have and gives industry information to those interested in starting a career in a marijuana production lab.
It is particularly useful for information on dosing and how to administer the product properly. It explains the various therapeutic effects of marijuana and how to achieve that effectively and safely. It boasts itself as the first cannabis cookbook, even despite the fact that it’s fairly recent (2015).
Cannabis Cookbook: A Complete Marijuana CookBook To Prepare The Best Cannabis Recipes and Cannabis Extracts by Gary Keller
This cannabis cookbook starts at the very beginning, explaining what cannabis is and how it differs from other psychoactive drugs. It describes the ways in which you can get the health benefits from it, and what you can expect when you consume marijuana.
Perhaps most importantly, it explains the correct way to cook with marijuana and includes dozens of recipes for cooking with cannabis. Because marijuana is one of the least understood herbs out there, this book also sets out to bust some myths and common “false facts” that exist surrounding marijuana. You really can’t lose with this cannabis cookbook!
The 420 Gourmet: The Elevated Art of Cannabis Cuisine by JeffThe420Chef
This author is described as the “Julia Child of Weed” and offers the book’s interested audience some deeper information about the art of cooking with cannabis. The author, JeffThe420Chef, has made it his mission to take the world of marijuana edibles above and beyond what it has been thus far.
He started cooking edibles when his friend’s mother needed it to help manage the side effects of cancer treatment. Since then, he has been experimenting and sharing his knowledge with the rest of us. This book includes countless recipes, information about how to cook cannabis safely, as well as his method for making CannaButter and CannaOils (the key to any marijuana edible).
The Medical Marijuana Dispensary: Understanding, Medicating, and Cooking with Cannabis by Laurie Wolf and Mary Wolf
Laurie and Mary Wolf own the marijuana company, Laurie & MaryJane, making them experts in the field of cannabis. The book is a hybrid of sorts: not only is it a useful cookbook complete with information about cooking cannabis edibles as well as many recipes, but it is also a reference book that includes data and information for marijuana’s many medicinal uses.
Perhaps most importantly, the Wolfs back their information up with evidence and research that comes from medical professionals, making it an extremely reliable source of information for anyone who is interested.
Baked Buddha: The Culinary Green Movement – When East Meets West by Darren Ma
This is a cookbook that would not typically be associated with cannabis edibles, due in part to the fact that it is a cookbook about various Asian dishes. The main difference? Everything is infused with cannabis.
It begins by teaching its readers how to make Cannabis oils, butters, and creams. Once you have done that, you can move on to the next part, where various delicious Asian recipes are given for those wanting to cook them with cannabis. This book boasts being more than your typical brownie recipe for stoners — instead, it’s a highly enjoyable and informative read that can help you enjoy your Asian style meals even more than you did before.
The Marijuana Grow Bible: Join into 30 years of real growing experience by Robert Bergman
Perhaps one of the best-known books about growing marijuana out there, the Marijuana Grow Bible gives the basics of growing marijuana to anyone who is interested — tons of information for just $1 in ebook form!
There is so much more to growing marijuana than simply creating a successful grow space and taking care of your plants. Thieves may steal your outdoor marijuana plants even after they have grown out successfully. Pests and diseases are always a risk and can strike when you least expect it. Perhaps you live in a tricky environment that makes growing marijuana plants extra difficult. All of that and more is covered in this comprehensive guide for growing marijuana.
The Cannabis Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to Cultivation and Consumption of Medical Marijuana by Jorge Cervantes & others
As expected in something called an encyclopedia, this book is huge, with the pages including all kinds of information about growing and consuming medical marijuana. It is also extremely thorough, informative, and derives its information from a variety of sources. Everything in it has the backing of research and well-documented evidence, making it a very useful resource indeed.
Not only is it informative, but this massive book is also nice to look at! It comes with more than two thousand color photos, images, and illustrations. It has information regarding the history of growing marijuana as well as the detailed accounts of how you should best grow medical marijuana. It will help growers of all levels: beginners and veterans alike!
Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible by Jorge Cervantes
This is another book specifically about growing marijuana. It is more than 500 pages and has more than a thousand color images in its many pages. It claims to be the most complete marijuana cultivation book on the market, and it was most recently published in 2006. The first edition, The Indoor Bible, came out in 1983 and was a bestseller right away.
The books have hundreds of contributors, making it a comprehensive collection of information indeed. The newest section of the book is all about medical marijuana.
Marijuana Grower’s Handbook: Your Complete Guide for Medical and Personal Marijuana Cultivation by Ed Rosenthal
This book is all about growing the best and most marijuana bud possible. In other words, it’s about maximizing your harvest. This is a book that is relevant and useful to people who are beginners as well as those veterans who just want to brush up on their technique.
It gives advice for growers who are setting up their operation indoors or outdoors. The author, Ed Rosenthal, is a well-known name in the marijuana growing game — he’s been helping others grow marijuana for more than three decades!
Marijuana Horticulture Fundamentals: A Comprehensive Guide to Cannabis Cultivation and Hashish Production by K of Trichome Technologies
K of Trichome Technologies, who is a famous breeder, has written one book only so far — and this is it. The book describes itself as a necessary staple on any grower’s bookshelf, whether they are starting out with a tiny, new growing operation or if they are commercially producing marijuana in a large operation.
The book includes all the steps you could possibly need information about, including learning about the anatomy of a marijuana plant, harvesting marijuana, or turning marijuana into high-quality hash. K has two decades of experience behind him, so his book is worth your time.
Marijuana Cultivation Reconsidered: The Science and Techniques For Huge Indoor Yields by Read Spear
This 300-page book is an updated version of a shorter, earlier copy (Small Spaces, Big Yields). It includes the entirety of that earlier version as well as two other brand new sections. It reexamines the science behind cultivation cannabis, taking plant physiology into consideration as well as a variety of other topics that are surprisingly relevant.
The three sections cover the following information: plant physiology, the basics of setting up your grow room (the Small Spaces, Big Yields portion), and the research behind some of the more detailed scientific aspects of growing marijuana.
Green: A Field Guide to Marijuana by Dan Michaels
This book is relevant to anyone who smokes pot and would like to learn a bit more about what they are smoking. One of the great highlights of this book is its amazing photography. It has photos of the plants, but more importantly, it has photos of the individual buds of various strains of marijuana. It includes information regarding the lineage and background of each bud, as well as the differences in flavor and the effects it has on you when you smoke it. This is an excellent resource for anyone who consumes marijuana, whether it is for recreational purposes or medicinal ones.
Cannabis Sativa: The Essential Guide to the World’s Finest Marijuana Strains by S.T. Oner (editor)
You are likely already aware that there are two main types of marijuana: Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica. This book is all about the former, explaining in detail the various facts about the strain that make it what it is. It is a massive plant that comes with its own set of advantages as well as challenges. Space issues, for example, are an important aspect of growing Cannabis Sativa that is worth discussion.
This is one of the most (if not the most) comprehensive guides for specifically Cannabis Sativa. It includes information regarding a hundred different Sativa-dominant strains as well as hundreds of beautiful, colorful pictures.
Cannabis Indica Volume 3: The Essential Guide to the World’s Finest Marijuana Strains by S.T. Oner (editor)
Like the book above, this is likely the most in-depth guide that exists for Cannabis Indica specifically. Cannabis Indica is well known for causing users to want to simply sit around on the couch — in other words, it has the “couchlock” effect. There were volumes before this one, but this is the most recent, having been published in 2013.
It features one hundred different Indica-dominant strains that any pot connoisseur should know about, and it includes a variety of beautiful full-color photos.
The Official High Times Field Guide to Marijuana Strains by Danny Danko
This guide gives a huge breadth of information to people who are interested in pot from all walks of life. Whether you’re new to the marijuana scene or you’re a weathered veteran, there is something to be learned in High Times’ publication on marijuana strains.
Donning the name High Times is nothing small, either; this massive magazine is likely the best-known marijuana publication in the world. And they know their strains: every year they hold a Cannabis Cup, giving awards to the ten best strains out there. If anyone knows which strains are the very best, it’s High Times.
The Big Book of Buds: Marijuana Varieties from the World’s Great Seed Breeders by Ed Rosenthal
Another useful guide by Ed Rosenthal, The Big Book of Buds helps readers understanding the vast variety of marijuana strains that are out there. It includes information about tons of strains and breeders from all around the world, giving readers a quick and easy time of comparing buds.
Marijuana Gateway to Health: How Cannabis Protects Us from Cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease by Clint Werner
Clint Werner is a journalist that has studied preventative health for more than 25 years. His 200+ book approaches the subject of marijuana for Alzheimer’s and Cancer treatment with journalistic integrity and is designed for those that appreciate hard science.
This book is a must for those who seek reliable information that supports marijuana’s medical role in society.
The Cannabis Health Index: How to Achieve Deep(er) Healing of 100 Chronic Symptoms and Diseases by Linking the Science of Medical Marijuana with the Art of Mind-Body Consciousness by Uwe Blesching
This book takes the theory that small shifts in awareness (such as a shift in awareness that users of marijuana often experience) and applies it to the potential for therapeutic uses. In other words, it is arguing that therapy programs that are based on mindfulness could be expanded upon to include the use of marijuana and have an even more resounding healing effect.
It specifically puts together the Cannabis Health Index, or the CHI, which is a reference that includes more than a thousand different annotated studies from research on consciousness and cannabis.
Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana by Michael Backes
This book is incredibly easy to use and understand and gives tons of information on the various medicinal uses of marijuana. It points out the fact that there are millions of medical marijuana patients in the United States alone, and this number is only growing as the movement leads to wider acceptance.
For that reason, it’s crucial that the average person has a resource that is accessible and easy to read. Cannabis Pharmacy strives to be that resource. It is written by Michael Backes, an expert in the medical marijuana industry. It includes information about the history and culture of marijuana, more than two dozen different varieties of marijuana, and a variety of ailments that are most often treated with medical marijuana.
The Medical Marijuana Patients’ Guide: How to Use Medicinal Marijuana as a Holistic Medicine to Treat, Prevent, Cure Disease and Manage Your Symptoms by Brian Stone
This book explains the health benefits of marijuana, whether or not it is accepted by mainstream society. The politics behind the criminalization of marijuana is explained in this book, as well as the more recent studies regarding its medicinal benefits. It also has other benefits covered in this book, including serving as clothing, paper, construction material, and even food.
The book explains the marijuana plant at the molecular level, helping patients understand the science behind it all. It goes into detail about THC, CBD, CBN, and CBG. It explains which ailments often have positive reactions to marijuana.
Healing with Medical Marijuana: Getting Beyond the Smoke and Mirrors by Mark Sircus
The author of this book, Mark Sircus, explains the history behind the criminalization of marijuana as well as the in-depth facts about how it can help people suffering from a wide variety of ailments. There were connections made between crime and marijuana in the 1930s, leading to it being banned in 1937. Despite all this, other countries began researching marijuana and the science behind what it can do medically.
As the legalization movement continues gathering steam, most of the American population still does not have access to marijuana to treat their illnesses and ailments. For that reason, this book is incredibly important — it helps gain a better, more accurate understanding of what medical marijuana really can do.
Smoke Signals: A Social History of Marijuana – Medical, Recreational, and Scientific by Martin A. Lee
There is so much depth to the story of marijuana in the United States and abroad, and in his 2013 book, Martin A. Lee gets right to the bottom of it. He starts at the very beginning; the use of marijuana in ancient societies, and then goes from there to the medical benefits it has to its cultural role in the Western World.
Despite banning it in the 1930s, the American pot world has its own subculture, and Lee is happy to explain all of that to his readers. He also looks at the current legalization movement and the potential future developments yet to come.
Marijuana: A Short History by John Hudak
John Hudak strives to create an accessible, thorough, and clear sense of what really happened when marijuana was criminalized. It is a plant surrounded by myths and misinformation, and that leads to a lot of confusion and fear. Hudak’s Marijuana: A Short History helps readers understand what has really been going on.
It’s an up to date (published in 2016) book explaining its illegality and counterculture, not to mention the various details in public policy in the United States. It is a brief book, which is part of the reason it’s so compelling. You don’t have to read a thousand-page textbook to understand the real history behind marijuana.
Cannabis: A History by Martin Booth
Marijuana has gone by many names, including “gateway drug” and “pain relief.” Indeed, it is surrounded by fear and misunderstanding, as well as hope and progress. The cannabis debate is as prevalent as ever these days, making it all the more important to understand the background behind the cultural and political aspects of marijuana.
This book provides further insight into the colorful history of our favorite herb.
Hashish!: Updated Second Edition by Robert Connell Clarke and Mel Frank
This is a different sort of book than all the others described thus far, namely in that it is primarily pictures that make up its pages. It uses photography to explain the background and history behind hashish. The collecting of resin from marijuana plants done traditionally, the process of turning marijuana resin into hashish, and so on are explained in complete and fascinating detail.
There are almost 300 images in all, including photographs, tables, graphs, maps, and drawings. 63 of those are color photographs, making it one of the most striking books on marijuana you can buy. It tells a story that will let anyone appreciate the rich history behind the culture, medical uses, and general practices of marijuana.
Marijuana Business: How to Open and Successfully Run a Marijuana Dispensary and Grow Facility by Jeff Grissler
This book is all about opening a marijuana business (specifically, a dispensary and grow facility) and keep it running with success. It is a book for any kind of entrepreneur, whether they are the type that has just entered the workforce (the younger side of them) or the ones who are looking to make a major career shift. Whether you have business experience or not, this book can be extremely helpful in getting a foothold in a relatively new and hugely profitable industry.
The thing about the marijuana industry is that it comes with its own set of hurdles, given the fact that it isn’t fully legalized in the United States yet. The more states that legalize, the more money and dispensaries will be generated as a result. This is our modern day “Green Rush,” and it helps to be on the right side of history. This book will help you make astute business decisions, will educate you on the ins and outs of the unique marijuana industry, and will keep you feeling prepared and informed.
A Budding Success: The Ultimate Guide to Planning, Launching and Managing a Lucrative Legal Marijuana Business by C Restivo (contributions by C Cervantes)
This book also looks at the fascinating “Green Rush” and gives interested parties the information they need to starting their own marijuana business. It isn’t only about dispensaries and grow facilities, but any marijuana business at all. After all, a growing industry comes with a wide variety of accompanying industries — whether it is the plant itself, edibles, accessories, or anything else that is suddenly okay to buy for residents of a state that newly legalized marijuana.
There is plenty of money to be made, and this book will help you maneuver your way around the legal requirements, keeping you and your business safe, secure, and successful.
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Cannabis: Concentrated Advice from 25 Industry Leaders by Michael Zaytsev
If you are interested in starting a business in the cannabis industry or are thinking about making some investments into this budding new industry, this is an excellent way to discern whether or not it is the right path for you to take. This book includes specific advice from more than two dozen cannabis industry leaders.
Read the advice and stories of leaders such as Steve DeAngelo (CEO of the world’s largest Cannabis dispensary, Harborside Health Center), Ethan Nadelmann (Executive Director of the Drug Policy Alliance),
Scott Reach (CEO of Rare Dankness), Betty Aldworth (Executive Director of Students for Sensible Drug Policy), Cy Scott (Co-Founder of Leafly), and many many more!
This industry is worth $50 billion per year — this is the time to get involved and invested because it’s only going to get bigger. Get on the right side of the Green Rush by taking a look at the advice in this book.
Big Weed: An Entrepreneur’s High-Stakes Adventures in the Budding Legal Marijuana Business by Christian Hageseth, Joseph D’Agnese
More than half of the states in the United States have now legalized sales of marijuana in some form or another, making the Green Rush serious business. It’s the Wild West of the weed world at the moment, with dispensaries and businesses popping up at full force in states that recently have legalized marijuana. Denver, for example, now has more marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks coffee shops.
One of the authors of this book, Christian Hageseth, is a well-known entrepreneur who opened his own dispensary after twenty years of white collar work. He’s extremely successful and knows exactly what he’s doing from experience. He’s a pioneer who’s ready to help anyone in need of a navigator during these confusing but exciting times.
He expects the marijuana businesses to fall into two categories in the future — artisanal markets that are higher end and are supplied by individual growers or small farms, and a mass market that is supplied by larger commercial operations. Your choice of weed will simply be another choice you make to reflect your preferences and personal expression.
Too High to Fail: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution by Doug Fine
Despite the fact that the economy may be in rough shape, there is one potential savior that could turn things around – marijuana. The black market has a marijuana industry of an estimated $35.8 billion, meaning its legalization could win tons and tons of American tax dollars to give our economy a springboard into prosperity.
This is a humorous (but data-based and objective) explanation of how marijuana could turn our economy around. It could change the shape of our culture and politics, especially if you look at a county like
Mendocino County, where the marijuana industry makes up 80% of the economy. While the country might not make it to 80% of the economy, it shows the enormous potential for the legalization of this plant to really turn things around. If you have your hopes set on legalization finally allowing you to become a ganjapreneur, this is your book.
Beyond Buds: Marijuana Extracts – Hash, Vaping, Dabbing, Edibles and Medicines by Ed Rosenthal, contributions by David Downs
Another valuable title by Ed Rosenthal, Beyond Buds serves as a handbook for an aspect of marijuana that is lesser known or perhaps less often used to consume. This book describes the various consumer products that are out there, including the risks and benefits involved with each of them. It also describes how exactly you should make extracts in the cleanest and safest ways, given consumers the tools to ensure their own personal health.
Whether you are interested in making it for yourself or you are simply curious about the process of making hash and concentrates using various techniques, this is an extremely informative and useful book.
DIY Cannabis Extracts: Cannabis Oil, Dabs, Hash, Cannabutter, and Edibles by “Fat” Fred Rodgers
Sold at a low Kindle price of $3.00, this book is extremely informative and useful for anyone who wants to learn how to make any of the following products: cannabis oil, dabs, BHO, hash, cannabutter, and edibles. It includes recipes, step by step guides, and other interesting information that leads to a high-quality lifestyle complete with healthy and enjoyable marijuana consumption.
Because marijuana has skyrocketed in mainstream popularity in recent years, the methods in which people take marijuana are also changing. Smoking isn’t the only option anymore. This book helps consumers keep up with the times and continue to consume marijuana safely, by providing the information they need to successfully make a variety of forms of consumable marijuana.
When Smoking Pot for Fun Becomes Legal: The Politics of Marijuana Law Reform by Alison Holcomb
This upcoming book is written by Alison Holcomb, who is the Drug Policy Director with Washington State’s chapter of the American Civil Liberty Union. Holcomb has been called the architect of marijuana legalization in the Seattle area and nationwide. Her book will undoubtedly cover her experiences, offering an interesting insight into the legalization of marijuana throughout the United States.
Let me know what your favorite books about marijuana are in the comments below!