“We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are,” said Anais Nin, the subject of the film Henry and June, the world’s most prolific diarist and the writer of bestselling erotica, who left behind a legacy that continues to unfold. The Anais Nin Podcast will reveal the unknown aspects of this provocative and fascinating writer’s life and work. To learn more about this literary icon read "The Portable Anais Nin," "Mirages" or "A Cafe in Space, the Anais Nin Literary Journal" all available now as ibooks in the itunes store.
Reunited: The Correspondence of Anaïs and Joaquín Nin 1933-1940
The story behind Anaïs and Joaquín Nin's incest letters.
Anaïs Nin reads "Under a Glass Bell"
Anaïs Nin reads one of her most famous stories.
Nin Magazine with Leticia Gicovate
Preserving a Gemor Press site in Greenwich Village
Gemor Press in Greenwich Village
The Story of A Cafe In Space
The history of A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal
Understanding the Art of Anaïs Nin: Incest
How incest influenced Anaïs Nin's life and work