Henry Miller Memorial Library
What It’s About:
Located in beautiful Big Sur, California, The Henry Miller Memorial Library is dedicated to the life and work of the great American writer, Henry Miller, in addition to cultivating and encouraging writers and artists of all shapes and sizes. The library houses and preserves Miller’s writings, books and artwork, as well as promoting the Big Sur arts community as a whole. Performers supporting the library in the past include Laurie Anderson, Patti Smith, Roger Eno, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Neil Young and Peter Case.
How Henry Helps:
Henry headlined the benefit show, “A Giant Among the Redwoods,” on May 13, 2006. He is an outspoken fan of both Henry Miller’s work and work ethic.
To Find Out More:
Visit the Henry Miller Memorial Library Official Site
(Note: the library offers a 25% discount on books in their gift shop if you bring proof you arrived via public transport)
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