Poetry Books by Anais Nin

Anais Nin Books, Anais Nin poetry book A Cafe in Space Authors: Anais Nin, Kim Krizan
Publisher: Sky Blue Press
Published Date: 2018-08-29
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Volume 12 of A Café in Space contains original diary excerpts from Anais Nin regarding the infamous "come as your madness party," critical essays by numerous Nin scholars, rare photographs, book reviews, poetry and visual art.

Anais Nin Books, Anais Nin poetry book A Cafe in Space Authors: Anais Nin, Benjamin Franklin V, Barbara Kraft
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Published Date: 2016-02-13
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A Cafe in Space is the only literary journal dedicated to the life and work of Anais Nin and her contemporaries, including Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, D.H. Lawrence et al. Volume 13 includes an excerpt from the upcoming Trapeze: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1947-1955, an introduction by Benjamin Franklin V, articles from Nin scholars on her writing and how life events influenced it, testimonies from women writers about how Nin shaped their work, a memoir by one of Nin's lovers, poetry, short fiction, photographs and news about upcoming events. Edited by Paul Herron."

Anais Nin Books, Anais Nin poetry book The Quotable Anais Nin Authors: Anais Nin
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Published Date: 2015-11-08
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365 quotations from the work of diarist/novelist Anais Nin (1903-1977). The book is divided into five categories (Lust for Life, Love and Sensuality, Consciousness, Women and Men, Writing and Art) and contains validated citations (book title and page number). Anais Nin's ability to say the unsayable has made her one of the leading inspirational writers whose work has been quoted millions of time. The Quotable Anais Nin collects not only her most popular quotations, but those never published before as well.

Anais Nin Books, Anais Nin poetry book Recollections of Anaïs Nin Authors: Anais Nin
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Published Date: 1996
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Recollections of Anaïs Nin presents Nin through the eyes of twenty-six people who knew her. She is the unconventional, distant aunt; the thoughtful friend; the owner of a strangely disarming voice; the author eager for attention yet hypersensitive to criticism; the generous advisor to a literary magazine; the adulteress; the beautiful septuagenarian; the recommender of books -- the contributors elaborate on thses and many other perceptions of Nin. Readers of this book will meet one of the most enigmatic literary women of the twentieth century.



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