We here at the Library put our money where our mouths are/is. We talk a lot about art – art this, art that, art whatever; art who? art where? etc. – and you know this. We provide provide movies, music, and readings – all things that you’d consider art.
But it gets better. We also put together an annual literary magazine featuring some of the best writers around the world!
Make no mistake: Ping Pong is the glittering ruby in the Library’s bejeweled art-tiara. (And who wears the tiara? Well, it depends on who’s drinking the wine. winks)
And we’re pretty darn proud of this, our pretty little Ping Pong.
So without further ah-doo…
The Henry Miller Library in Big Sur, California is pleased to announce the annual publication of Ping•Pong, a journal of the arts. The editors continue to serve up the best artists from the global art and literary scene by publishing a vibrant group of poets, writers, artists, and photographers.
This issue continues Ping•Pong’s commitment to a cultural dialogue between contemporary artists and the aesthetics set forth by Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin.
Miller was and is as much an international literary figure as he was/is an American one; therefore, Ping•Pong reaches beyond our shores in order to bring unknown, or lesser known, writers from around the world into more prominence in English.
More info here; to order, just give a call: 831-667-2574.