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A CAFÉ IN SPACE: THE ANAIS NIN LITERARY JOURNAL

IN HER OWN WORDS: WRITINGS BY ANAIS NIN
Volume 5 -
ISBN: 0-9774851-3-7

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Anais Nin: The Language of the Unconscious—Thoughts on creative writing
5
Anais Nin: Smile Nobuko
22
Anais Nin: The Party—A treatment for radio
24
Rupert Pole: Just the Facts, Ma’am!—A short autobiography beginning in 1940
39
Anais Nin and Rupert Pole: Letters from the Trapeze—Correspondence 1960-1961
45
Anais Nin and Duane Schneider: An Interview With Anais Nin
90
Sarah Burghauser: “A Beautiful Spectacle”—Anais Nin Observed and the visual representations of a woman as artist
114
Paul Herron: Traces of D.H. Lawrence in New Mexico—A travel memoir
137
Reviews and other items of interest: Review of sound files of Anais Nin interviews, relevant internet sites, and a brief look at new books
145

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

SARAH B. BURGHAUSER earned her Master’s degree in Literature and Culture at Oregon State University after earning her Bachelor’s degree in the Self-Directed Inquiry Program at Muhlenberg College and serving with AmeriCorps in Vancouver, Washington. Currently she is working toward her MFA in Writing at California Institute of the Arts where she writes poetry and erotica.

RUPERT POLE (1919-2006) was Anais Nin’s "West Coast husband" and the Trustee of the Anais Nin Trust from the time of Nin’s death until his own. Having met Nin in New York in 1947, they embarked on a cross-country trip in Pole’s beat up Model A Ford, ending up in California. The trip was symbolic in that Nin would spend the rest of her life crossing the continent from one husband (Hugh Guiler) in New York to the other in Los Angeles. Pole’s contribution to this issue is his correspondence with Nin during their separations from 1960 through 1961, revealing the nature and depth his relationship with Nin, his wit, his extreme patience, his discipline, and his seemingly endless admiration of the woman he called his wife.

DUANE SCHNEIDER has written a number of articles on Anais Nin and was co-author with Benjamin Franklin V of Anais Nin: An Introduction (Ohio University Press). Under his own imprint he published new material by Nin in Unpublished Selections from the Diary, in addition to the interview included in this issue.

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