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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: February 2012
Take it away, New York Times: Barney Rosset, the flamboyant, provocative publisher who helped change the course of publishing in the United States, bringing masters like Samuel Beckett to Americans’ attention under his Grove Press imprint and winning celebrated First … Continue reading
Here’s a headline that’ll make you want to driver your car off a cliff: “In Data Deluge, Multi-Taskers Go to Multi-Screens.” To summarize: “Workers in the digital era can feel at times as if they are playing a video game, … Continue reading
Fantastic shout-out by “Elephants on a Trapeze” explains why the Big Sur Writing Workshop is a great idea for aspiring children’s and YA authors
The Big Sur Writing Workshop’s final-final-final deadline is tomorrow, February 17th. To register, go here, or call us at the Henry Miller Library: 831-667-2574. And since, as writers, deadlines dictate our lives, some of us may be still on the … Continue reading
Attn: Internet-savvy (e.g. geeks) and friends of the HMML. We have an idea (along with our pals @ Mediacause)
First and foremost, have we told you about MediaCause? They’re this fantastic start-up which brings together tech volunteers with non-profits. So, let’s say you’re, the SPCA of Monterey County (or, errrm, the Henry Miller Library), and you need some tech … Continue reading
Wonderful Big Sur Writing Workshop testimonial from Chris Howard, author of “Rootless” (Registration deadline now Feb. 17th)
Chris Howard is the author of the “Rootless” – check out his home page and Facebook page – and, coincidentally, an alumni of the Big Sur Writing Workshop. Hmmm…perhaps it’s not such a coincidence after all… Here’s Chris’ testimonial about … Continue reading
Good news! There are still a few spots left for the March 2-4 Big Sur Writing Workshop in Seaside, CA. To register go here or call us at 831-667-2574.
Indeed. The deadline to register for the March 2-4 Big Sur Writing Workshop for picture books, early reader, middle grade and young adult (YA) fiction is today, Feb. 10th, at, oh, let’s say, 11:59 pm, California time. To register go … Continue reading
By now you may be tired of hearing about the Big Sur Writing Workshop. But hear us out. First, the registration deadline is tomorrow. So go here or call us at 831-667-2574. And second, hey, maybe some folks still haven’t … Continue reading
First and foremost: Deadline to register for the Big Sur Writing Workshop, March 2-4 in Seaside, is this Friday. So go here to register or simply call us 831-667-2574 with credit card handy. Secondly, as our success stories indicate, many … Continue reading
There’s an old saying about how sometimes the oppressed becomes the oppressor. Just ask Robespierre. Or Marx, who foretold a “dictatorship of the proletariat.” Or Pete Townsend, who said, “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.” Where am … Continue reading