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Visualizing Anaïs Nin’s and Henry Miller’s relationships
The 1930s was a volatile decade for Anaïs Nin. At its dawn, she was a sheltered housewife and aspiring writer with nearly no grand life experiences. At its end, she was the author of three highly-regarded Paris publications (D. H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study; The House of Incest; The Winter of Artifice), and the lover […]

Podcast 31: Evelyn Hinz, Anaïs Nin’s “official” biographer with Steven Reigns
Mystery has surrounded the never-produced biography that Canadian scholar Evelyn Hinz was appointed by Anaïs Nin to do for decades. Why did it never appear? Why was a single page never shown? And where is it today? Did it ever exist? Los Angeles poet and educator—and Nin aficionado—Steven Reigns wanted to know, so some years after […]

Complete Set of A Café in Space: Special Sale
For 15 years, A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal has been the only periodical devoted to Anaïs Nin and her world. Over the years, it has been the go-to publication for those studying or interested in Nin. A Café in Space contains previously unpublished work by Anaïs Nin; essays by writers and scholars […]

Anaïs Nin Podcast 30: Gonzalo Moré and Helba Huara
To kick off the celebration of the 15th and final issue of A Café in Space, California artist and historian Eduardo Pineda discusses his two articles, “The Dreaming Tiger—On Gonzalo Moré” and “La Gitana—On Helba Huara,” which reveal the secrets and long-lost memories of Nin’s Peruvian lover Gonzalo Moré and his wife, the dancer Helba […]

New Review of Henry Miller: The Last Days
Here is a new, abridged version of a review by Resources for American Literary Study: Henry Miller, the Last Days: A Memoir By Barbara Kraft. San Antonio: Sky Blue P, 2016. 203 pp. $15. Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller (1891-1980) both shared part of their private lives with Barbara Kraft, giving her the unimaginable opportunity […]

Podcast 29: Anaïs Nin’s Lost World with Britt Arenander
Swedish author Britt Arenander discusses the new English language version of her Anaïs Nin’s Lost World: Paris in Words and Pictures, 1924-1939, which is in now in print. Lost World contains more than 50 photographs, many of them vintage, of Anaïs Nin’s and Henry Miller’s favorite haunts and living quarters in and around Paris during […]

Podcast 28: A brief history of journals dedicated to Anaïs Nin
Until after Anaïs Nin published her blockbuster Diary of Anaïs Nin in 1966, there had been very few critical studies of her work. One notable exception was Oliver Evans’ article “Anaïs Nin and the Discovery of Inner Space” in the Fall 1962 issue of Prairie Schooner. His book-length analysis didn’t appear until 1968, but soon […]

Final Annual Volume of A Café in Space Announced
Sky Blue Press has announced that the upcoming Volume 15 of A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal will be the final annual issue. Café began in 2003 as part of the celebration of Anaïs Nin’s centennial, and it was unsure that a second volume would ever be published. However, the response to Vol. […]

Podcast 27: Anaïs Nin’s ‘Auletris’ is now an audiobook
Episode 27 of the Anaïs Nin Podcast is live. Listen to erotica reader Thurlow Holmes describing her experience reading Nin’s Auletris: Erotica for the new audiobook, just released on audible.com, Amazon and iTunes. “This was one of the first books that I just read out loud, as I was reading it,” Holmes says in an […]

Anais Nin Mystery: What are the symbols in House of Incest?
They appear at the beginning of each section of Anais Nin’s first published work of fiction, beginning with the Siana edition in 1936. They appear to be woodcut prints, and they have appeared in every edition since, including Gemor Press, Dutton, Anais Nin Press and Swallow. But what do they mean? I posed this question […]



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