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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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Hey!! a *limited* number of Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show tickets will go on sale today, at noon (Cali-time) on this link below (the Fashion show’s Eventbrite page) !! This is the page; go here at noon — http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3447819521/eorg
Dwayne made the trek all the way from Alabama for the March 2012 workshop, and fortunately for everyone, he was not disappointed. Check out his blog for a more thorough exposition, but in the meantime, it seems like he was … Continue reading
New product at the HMML online store: “The Stone Mason of Tor House,” *the* definitive and most beautiful biography of Robinson Jeffers
The Library, in partnership with the the Tor House Foundation, is pleased to announce the re-issuing of “The Stone Mason of Tor House,” the definitive biography of Robinson Jeffers, by Melba Berry Bennett. Melba Berry Bennett won the affection of … Continue reading
This year’s Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show – tickets on sale (futuristic machine dystopia not included)
It seemed like a good idea at the time. I kinda forget what the actual theme of last year’s Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show was, but we figured, let’s do a classic man vs. machine thing. Kind of like … Continue reading
We love lists. We love lists and we love lists of lists. We love lists of lists of lists. We love Miller’s 11 Commandments for Writing and Kerouac’s 30 Techniques and Beliefs and Prose for Life. And on the heels … Continue reading
It’s true. Things are heating up. They’re up to 109. Soon we’ll be announcing some amazing stuff – trust me. Would we lie to you? In fact, it’s safe to say, “Something is happening, and we do know what it … Continue reading
Ahh, WMFU. The world’s greatest radio station, situated in lovely Jersey City, NJ. It wasn’t always that way. Back in the day – the mid-90s – it was the college station for a sleepy li’ school called Upsala College in … Continue reading
So there’s a new book out and it’s super-cool. It’s called Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Design, by Richard Olson, and it’s about the emerging trend of – you guessed it – handmade houses. (Wanna copy? Don’t buy … Continue reading
Have you written a novel lately? Here in Big Sur it turns out that there is at least one in our midst who has done it! Come to the Library on April 28th from 6-8 pm, to celebrate the publication … Continue reading
“Goodbye cruel world, I’m off to join the Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show….” (Local ticket deadline May 1st!!!)
Dressing up as a sad alcoholic clown at the Big Big Big Sur Fashion Show is gonna be real fun. I’m especially excited about getting shot through a canon, but it wasn’t entirely my idea. The inspiration for that comes … Continue reading