Monthly Archives: February 2009

February 22, 2009

“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country. “
—Anaïs Nin

This is Anaïs Nin’s birthday weekend (she was born February 21, 1903) In her honor, fly a kite, start a new career, make a new friend or make plans to travel to a new country.

The official release date for Sky Blue Press’s latest was on her actual birthday. We await a review from Valerie Harms and will link to it when it’s posted.

Other news on her birthday weekend are notes from Jan- Christine Johnson who tell us about Annette Nancarrow who explains:

The beautiful and lively artist Annette Nancarrow comes to life in her memories and never to be seen photographs in “ANNETTE’S MEMORIES”

The correspondence with Dr. Juergen Hocker was from May through August 1991. Nancarrow speaks of her relationship with Anaïs Nin, Hugh Guiler, and Rupert Pole in Acapulco, Mexico and New York City.

There are a few surprises for your readers.

Nin painted an attractive portrait of Nancarrow in her writings – the lovely Lisa in “Collages” and the Diary.