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A CAFÉ IN SPACE: THE ANAIS NIN LITERARY JOURNAL

Anaïs Nin: On Gore Vidal

Volume 11 - ISBN: 978-0-9889170-3-3

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

5        Nin, Miller, Perlès et al.: Liane de Lampaur—The “scandal” of My Friend Henry Miller

23      Kim Krizan: “Pseudo Heart Trouble”—Anaïs Nin in 1950s America

31      Paul Herron: Friendly Fire—“Personal” reactions to the work of Anaïs Nin

40      Yuko Yaguchi: Winter of Artifice: An Odyssey—Anaïs Nin’s lost work

51      Jean Owen: Uncanny Echoes—Anaïs Nin’s narrative of incest

66      Bruce Redwine: Tales of Incest—The agony of Saph and Pa Durrell

85      Anaïs Nin: A Diary of Hate—On Helba Huara and Gonzalo Moré

132    Paul Herron: Woodstock Revisited—A trip of redemption, 1924

138    John Tytell: Mensonges Vital—Did Poe inspire “Under a Glass Bell”?

142    Kennedy Gammage: 3 Poems

145    Web Items of Interest

FRONT COVER: Anaïs Nin in Paris, 1930s.

BACK COVER: Helba Huara. Photo: Carlos & Miguel Vargas

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

Kennedy Gammage has an English degree from University of California Berkeley. He resides in San Diego, and his personal website is www.travelogorrhea.com. He has been published in A Café in Space, DEUS LOCI, The San Diego Poetry Annual and SN Review.

Henry Miller (1891-1980), author of Tropic of Cancer and longtime friend and lover of Anaïs Nin, is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most innovative and controversial writers.

Kim Krizan is an Academy Award-nominated writer of the films Before Sunrise and Before Sunset. Her tongue-in-cheek history of the great femme fatales of history, Original Sins: Trade Secrets of the Femme Fatale, was published last year and is available on Amazon. Krizan also wrote the introduction to the latest installment of Nin's diary, Mirages: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1939-1947.

Jean Owen received her PhD in Cultural Studies and Humanities in 2013 from the University of London. Her thesis looked at narratives of incest in myth and memoir which implicate adult daughters and their fathers as consenting subjects. Currently, she is working on a series of interviews with well-known British scholars who have written on extreme sexualities. She is also writing a memoir titled The Poacher’s Daughter.

Alfred Perlès 1897-1990), Austrian native and author of Sentiments Limitrophes, Le Quatuor en Ré Majeur and My Friend Henry Miller, was the inspiration for Carl, one of Miller’s key characters in Tropic of Cancer, and was one of Miller’s closest lifelong friends.

Bruce Redwine lives in California. He writes fiction and criticism.

John Tytell is known for Naked Angels, one of the first histories of the Beats, his Pound biography The Solitary Volcano (Doubleday, 1987) and several other books. A new book, Writing Beat, comes out with Vanderbilt U.P. later this year. He has taught modern American literature at Queens College (C.U.N.Y.) for over half a century.

Yuko Yaguchi is Professor of English and Gender Studies at Niigata University of International and Information Studies in Japan. She has contributed articles to A Café in Space as well as Anaïs An International Journal. She translated the Paris edition of The Winter of Artifice into Japanese, which was published in 2009. Her most recent work is entitled “Singing Silence; Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior,” and she is currently co-translating an anthology of Nin’s Diary with Kazuko Sugisaki.