Leave it to Henry Miller to have his memorial library in Big Sur, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
This website, created by Miller's daughter, has tons of deets on his life and works. You might want to break out the tissues.
Yep, Henry Miller has his own academic journal.
Get up close and personal with Miller Parisian way of life.
This blog has a nice succinct history of all the legal troubles surrounding the oh-so-controversial book.
This 1970 film was rerated in 1992 as NC-17, but still. Yowza.
Check out this great interview in The Paris Review about the business of writing and Miller's own rituals of creation.
Here's a very enthusiastic discussion and defense of Miller by a fellow writer.
This 1975 documentary gives us some much needed insight into the life of our author.
Hear all about Miller's philosophies straight from the horse's mouth.
Here's a clip from the 1970 movie adaptation. 70s alert!
Can we get one of these done of Shmoop?
Here's Miller with Anaïs Nin, the inspiration for Tania.