"I think if we come back to the concept of a small and intimate universe and then realized that what we call the communal life or mass movements are really aggregates of individuals and that the more marvelous, the more developed, the more expanded, the deeper, the more poetic, the more free the individual is, then the mass, the larger movements would take on a different character." Anais Nin in A Woman Speaks (edited by Evelyn Hinz)
Nothing was as small and intimate as the lovely purple postcards that Anais Nin sent out. We have taken her intimate logo and signature and have put it on intimate and small objects such as a journal, coffee mug and notecards. Please consider adding these small treasuresjournals, notecrds, mugs and mousepads) to your small and intimate universe!
Your purchase of these journals, notecards, mugs and mousepad will enable us to continue to run this pro-bono site. Please visit the Thinking of Anais Nin Web Store.
"You are the spendthrift, I am the coiner" Anais Nin
You can develop your Anais Nin library by buying from our Amazon.com Associates Bookstore. Besides books about Nin, you can purchase cassettes of her reading her works, a beautiful video entitled Anais Observed by Robert Snyder as well as it's companion volume Anais Nin Observed a book version of the film.
We launched this site in summer of 1995. In 1996 we had great press! Not only were we featured in the February 96 issue of MacHome with an actual photo of the site, but through Barbara Sapp's efforts in trying to save Anais's home, we were featured in writeups in Le Figaro the Guardian and other European papers.
This site has been a labor of love and thus has been subsidized by private donations and we wish to extend an invitation to anyone who is interested in helping us to bring film and sound snippets of Anais on line to donate funds or use your professional or personal charm to help to make this dream a reality. We would like to thank Warren Laine of Germany for our very first donation. The site is also grateful to the generous donation of Danielle M. Efron of Beverly Hills California. This site is grateful to it's legal counsel, Lance Haddix as well as Mr. Rupert Pole's spokesman at the start of negotiations for the original site (pre Xeno Media ) Mr. Bruce Cohen and his wife Simone-Marie Lorenz.
we are doing this out of love and affection and spent thousands
of dollars developing the site to exist as an on line resource
that is timeless, if you wish to have a more timely and au currant
site, please start your own.
This site maintained by Cynthia Archer affectionately known as Xena the warrior web maven.