Nexus - International Henry Miller Journal #3
Although the Nexus website [linked above] has all of the basic information you need, it hasn't been updated since the first issue, so the details of the most current issue aren't available to peruse. For this reason, I've provided the following run-down of Nexus - IHMJ, volume 3:
Paris Revisited (Henry Miller) - Miller essay, written late in his life ("my legs are no longer strong enough to carry me there") in which he recounts his days in Paris and analyzes the difference between his Paris and the Paris of others.
The Miller Affair (Maximilien Vox) /
Maximilien Vox and the Miller Affair (Karl Orend) -
In-depth look at the politics of the French publishing world before and after WWII, putting the "Miller Affair" (French censorship battle over Miller's work) into context.
Nobuyoshi Araki, The Crazy Henry Miller (Katrin Burtschell) - The Japanese photographer Araki ("the Japanese Henry Miller) is compared to Miller on points of style and an appreciation for Japan.
The Artisans of a Legend (Beatrice Commenge) - Miller and Lawrence Durrell's relationship is explored in this recollection by their French biographer, Commenge.
Alfred Perles and June Mansfield - Some Unforgiving Encounters in the Shadow of Henry Miller (Karl Orend) - In-depth essay on the relational dynamics of Perles, Mansfield and Miller, with much biographical detail about the subjects, plus Jean Kronski.
June Miller: Remnants of a Life (James M Decker) - Exploration of the documentation of June's life, including updated research regarding her immigration to America, the life of second husband Stratford Corbett and details about her final days.
Henry Steps Out (Harry Kiakis) - Previously unpublished journal excerpts by Miller friend Kiakis, detailing a day of hanging out with Henry in October 1969, capturing many insightful comments by Miller. This exciting new source of Miller material is to be an on-going series.
Dear Henry (Normajean MacLeod) - Effective poem written as a letter from Durrell to Miller from beyond the grave, contemplating the sum of their careers.
Henry Miller and Anais Nin - Artistes de la vie (Jacques Lallie) - The production of a French play about Miller and Anais Nin and the dramatic threads found within their love affair is described by its writer/performer Lallie.
Henry and Me (Susan Kidder Herr) - Herr, a fan who became a friend of Henry's, deconstructs Miller and lovingly recollects her every moment with him.
Anais Nin in the Light of Her Father's Love (Karl Orend) - Thorough, extensively-footnoted essay about Anais Nin and her relationship with her father.
1917 Draft Registration Form - Copy only (not very legible).
Miller Notes - Several pages of listings of "current scholarship on Miller, as well as significant popular references to Miller or his work." Includes updates of newly-found material not found in Roger Jackson's Miller bibliographies.
Here's a summary for Volume Two of this journal.