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.
We'd appreciate your kind tax-deductible donations.
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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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Tag Archives: Big Sur
Technology has brought narcissism to new heights, and we don’t care. In other words, we’re not going to (consciously) apologize for posting other blogs that give us love. You’d do the same, right? In fact, you do do the same. … Continue reading
Despite the Indian Summer daytime temps out here in Big Sur (yeah, I’m looking at you Chicago), Monday night brought a fine wintry canyon-chill at the Henry Miller Library. Perhaps it was for the best. A fire was set, vinyl … Continue reading
Update: It sold out! – It’s true. Today, at noon, go to the Henry Miller Library or Folk Yeah page and follow links to the ticketing page. The show is April 14th. The day of the event, there are no … Continue reading
That, ahem, would be “Tropic of Cancer.” A book, first published in France in 1934, that wasn’t published in Miller’s own country until 1961. Could you imagine? Not being able to buy your own book in your own country for … Continue reading
Consider it, like, a fun treasure hunt; your quest for Animal Collective tickets at the Henry Miller Library in Big Sur, on April 14th. Well, for those interested, your next set of instructions are found at folkyeah.com. Basically, tickets go … Continue reading
2010 was totally sick at the Henry Miller Library. Yo La Tengo, Arcade Fire, Band of Horses, etc., yada yada yada. And don’t get us started on Monterey County proper; heck, Dylan played Monterey! So, recently, the three luminaries behind … Continue reading
That would be our writing workshop. Namely, the Big Sur writing workshop to be held March 4-6 in Seaside/Monterey, CA. It will sell out so hurry up before it’s too late! For the past fourteen years, writers have come to … Continue reading
It’s true. The Prodigal Sons of Baltimore shall return: (((folkYEAH!))) Presents @ Henry Miller Library in Big Sur, CA: A N I M A L C O L L E C T i V E plus very special guest Thursday, … Continue reading
Like this one. I mean, we’re not one to toot our own horns, but c’mon, can you blame us? We blushed, for goodness sakes. It’s a nice blog about a visitor’s tour of the library. For you, dear reader, consider … Continue reading
Did I say “enchanting”? I also meant alluring, beguiling, bewitching, fascinating. And simply scrumptious. Thursday night found 300 gentle, well-behaved people, bellies bursting with delectable Cuban food and dank brew, utterly enraptured as J. Tillman and headliners, Band of Horses, … Continue reading