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Anais Nin

Anais Nin’s Influence: 4 Women Writers Speak

This afternoon 4 women writers–Sas Colby, Tristine Rainer, Barbara Kraft (author of Anais Nin: The Last Days) and Valerie Harms will discuss Anais... 

Anais Nin Podcast 2: Demise of the Nin-Miller Affair

Most Anais Nin readers are well aware of how her famous literary love affair with Henry Miller began, but few know exactly how and why it ended. Excerpts... 

Anais Nin’s quick meal recipes

Anaïs Nin is known for many things, but cooking is not among them. In fact, she rarely even mentions eating in her diaries, let alone cooking. Others... 

Anais Nin Podcast 1: “Come As Your Madness”

To help celebrate Anais Nin’s 112th birthday, we are offering you the first of a series of podcasts which focus on interesting and unknown parts... 

A Spy in the House of Love republished

A new ebook edition of Anaïs Nin’s A Spy in the House of Love has been published, which includes an introduction from Anaïs Nin, character descriptions,... 

Volume 4 of ANAIS: An International Journal released on Kindle

When Volume 4 of Gunther Stuhlmann’s ANAIS: An International Journal appeared in February 1986, Anaïs Nin’s husband, Hugh (Hugo) Guiler, aka... 

New Edition of Anais Nin’s The Four-Chambered Heart

Sky Blue Press has released its latest Authoritative Edition, this time that of The Four-Chambered Heart, Anaïs Nin’s third installment in her Cities... 

New Anais Nin E-publications Hit the Market

This past year has been a busy one when it comes to new Anais Nin-related publications, and we want to make it simple for you to keep up to date. Here... 

New Edition of Anais Nin’s Ladders to Fire on Kindle

Ladders to Fire, Anaïs Nin’s first full-length novel, was originally published by Dutton in 1946 with a prologue by the author. Since then, it has been... 

Anaïs Nin Myth of the Day

Anais Nin Myth of the Day #18

Myth: Anaïs Nin made her first return to France since 1939 in 1955, as The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Volume 5, 1947-1955 says. Fact: In Nin’s personal calendar, she states on April 9, 1958 “first return to Paris (not in 1955 as in Vol. 5).” This is confirmed in her original handwritten diary of 1958.... 

Anais Nin Myth of the Day #17

Myth: Anais Nin adapted to living in America. Fact: In the soon-to-be-released Mirages: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1939-1940, Anais Nin reflects on her life in America after fleeing wartime France in 1939. These excerpts leave little doubt as to her sentiments about being “American.” November... 

Anais Nin Myth of the Day #16

Myth #16: Anais Nin didn’t have a sense of humor. Fact: In his 1969 interview with Nin, Duane Schneider asked: “Do you have a sense of humor?” Nin was surprised by the question, but said: “I think the Diary is humorous; I think Collages is humorous… I don’t think I have... 

Anaïs Nin Myth of the Day #15

Myth #15: Rupert Pole “romanticized” the story of his first meeting of Anaïs Nin. After Anaïs Nin’s death in 1977, Rupert Pole loved to tell the story of how he met her, the great love of his life, for the first time. In early 1947, they had both been invited to the same party, and... 

Anaïs Nin Myth of the Day #14

Myth #14: It was Anaïs Nin’s wish that Delta of Venus be published. Fact: According to John Ferrone, Nin’s editor at Harcourt in New York, it was Rupert Pole who wanted the erotica to be published, predicting its bestseller status. For years, Pole tried to convince Nin that the erotic stories she...