Saturday, March 16, 2013

Evelyn Hinz: :Women Reconstructing The World

Evelyn J.Hinz, the creative critic, appears in the following pages of Celebration, Chapter Seven.
She also has a beautiful preface, entitled Women Reconstructing  the World

She was the guest editor of Mosaic,XI/2 entitled
The World of Anais Nin: Critical and Cultural Perspectives.
Her assistant editor was Wayne Fraser.

Printed in 1978 by The University of Manitoba Press, our site recently purchased an additional copy.
With essays by Duane Schneider, Ian Hugo, Philip Jason, Benjamin Franklin V, and Anna Balakian among others, its a valuable addition to any collection/

Anna Balakian was also present at the Celebration Weekend, along with Evelyn.

Her words can be found in Chapter Eleven of Celebration.

Our site has always been most grateful to Valerie Harms editor of Celebration and one of the creatorsWeekend for giving us permission to provide the book online.

You can easily pick up a copy on This link might work for a day or two!

Although Hinz and Balakian, like Nin are no longer with us, their words and connection to
Anais live on, reconstructing the world.

And your behind the scenes editor of this blog and former "celebrant" at that Magic Circles  weekend so many years ago, continues with this site  as homage to Anais, who inspired it all.

Saturday, March 02, 2013

March 7, 2013 LA Chung King Road Gallery Row

In conjunction with Coagula Curatorial Gallery’s Lust Letters exhibition , the Gallery is presenting an evening of performance and readings March 7, 2013, 7:30 p.m. 
The exhibition features Tim Youd’s Delta of Venus – a 30-foot piece of art inspired by Anais Nin’s erotic writings.  Youd will perform his rendition of selections from Nin's Delta of Venus.
Curator Joan Aarestad will address Eroticism in Art: A Woman’s View and writer Barbara Kraft will read from her newly published EBook Anais Nin: The Last Days
Coagula Curatorial is part of the Chung King Road Gallery Row located in historic Chinatown in downtown Los Angeles at 977 Chung King Road.