The International Henry Miller Journal

Issue 15

Nexus Volume Fifteen is now available!

To celebrate its fifteenth issue, Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal has been printed in full color on quality paper. This issue, running 256 pages, has 74 full color images, with an additional 31 in sepia or black and white. Highlights for the issue include the text of Papa Moskowitz, a newly discovered Henry Miller Mezzotint; biographical information and photographs of the lady Miller refers to in his writing as "Jean Kronski;" articles on Henry and 1930s cinema; Vincent Van Gogh; and Arthur Schopenhauer; information on Irma Stein, a lady Miller befriended that has escaped notice in all of his published biographies; a "walking tour" of Maurice Bassett's Henry Miller watercolor collection; and, information on "Henry Miller in the 21st Century," a conference to be held at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, CA, October 16-19, 2025.

256 pages | 107 photos
$20.00 (United States, postpaid) | $30.00 (International, postpaid)

Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal is an annual periodical dedicated to preserving the legacy of Henry Miller and the Villa Seurat Circle.

The editors offer Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal in the spirit of scholarly eclecticism, and our guiding critical principle holds that articles should help our audience expand their understanding of Miller and his circle in some small way. Consequently, we welcome all approaches, whether traditional or avant-garde, academic or not.

The editors hope that you enjoy these fresh visions of the Villa Seurat Circle and also that they help you look upon the group's texts with new eyes. The editors feel that the quest for emotionally honest art and self-fulfillment represented by the various Villa Seurat figures should be studied from a variety of angles and contexts. We therefore welcome all approaches that illuminate the works and lives of artists and writers such as: