The Henry Miller Memorial Library is a non-profit art space in Big Sur, California.
Founded in 1981 by Emil White, we are celebrating our 30th anniversary!
We are able to offer events thanks in part to book sales, so please visit the Henry Miller Library Store.
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- Limited amount of fashion show tix to go on sale today at noon!
- Another cool workshop testimonial from March ’12 alumni Dwayne DeBardelaben
- New product at the HMML online store: “The Stone Mason of Tor House,” *the* definitive and most beautiful biography of Robinson Jeffers
- This year’s Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show – tickets on sale (futuristic machine dystopia not included)
- Kurt Vonnegut’s 8 Tips on How to Write a Great Story
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Granted, Summer Fever here in Central California is wholly different than the sensation elsewhere. For goodness sakes, people are trapped under ice for six months; the smallest budding flower sends them in a tizzy. Yeah, we’re stoked for summer – … Continue reading
As many of you, our loyal readers, know, we had a lil’ fundraiser thing with Kickstarter. Well, we just stumbled across this amazing project; it’s particularly meaningful for those who came of age in the late 80s/early 90s. (I also … Continue reading
So the archives, currently stored on the library grounds, will be moved to a secure storage facility at Monterey Peninsula College in the near future (road washouts and various other out-of-our-hands things have kept us from getting a secure date, … Continue reading
Ah yes. Now the real fun starts – the glorious afterglow of our Kickstarter fundraiser. As per the deal, those who donated in our “first tier” get a shout out on this here amazing blog. So…brace yourself….Here they are! Sarah! … Continue reading
It’s true. Highway 1 to the north of us is now fixed. You can now get here from the north (SF, Monterey, whatever) just like the good ol’ days. It feels like V-J Day down here; I just saw a … Continue reading
So our Kickstarter thing end is a mere 20 hours! And when we were planning it out, we had to think of prizes. We noticed that most, if not all, successful projects had “super-prizes”: prizes awarded for donations that exceeded, … Continue reading
We like vinyl. We like record stores. So sue us. We’re still nursing our hangover from National Record Store day, when we stumbled upon this cool video featuring Ian Marshall of Wombleton Records inLA. Ian, if I’m not mistaken, will … Continue reading
Does the internet scare you? What with the Google stuff and the advertising and the search engine optimization stuff? It scares us. Basically, there’s a bunch of nifty lil’ tricks you can employ to boost your website’s traffic. The only … Continue reading
The first time, we thought, how quaint. The second time, why, what an interesting coincidence. The third time? Now it’s just plain scary. It seems like every few months the New Yorker is reading our blog or home page, and … Continue reading