Miller Blog Disclaimer
This blog is an amateur's personal project--conducted in public--to explore the subject of Henry Miller. This exploration is neither complete nor worthy of your unquestioning trust. As we have all probably learned by now, information should not necessarily be considered valid by virtue of the fact that it is on the internet. I do attempt--to the best of my ability--to post accurate information; but, please note, I have not read everything written by or about Miller, nor have I managed to put the whole complicated mess into irrefutable order. That's what I'm trying to do, piece by piece, with this blog. In fact, that is the point of this blog. As I learn more, I update older entries. This is a work in progress.
This blog is a fan site for Miller. It is a collection of bits of information, a scrapbook, an aggregator, a webzine. For absolute authority, seek out the serious scholars and their works.
It is my responsibilty to make the attempt to portray the life and work of Henry Miller--who was a loved human being with a valued legacy--with as much honesty and accuracy as possible. It is your responsibility to realize that you are reading a personal blog from some anonymous guy on the internet.
Let me define this blog in a different way, to further the point I'm trying to make: instead of thinking about this as being a blog about Henry Miller, consider that it is really a blog about a guy who is the process of researching the life of Henry Miller. You may disagree with this statement, but by understanding this perspective, you are in a more accurate headspace when considering the degree of credibilty with which you should read.
If you feel that I am misrepresenting the memory and legacy of Henry Miller, please let me know.
If I am posting material that you have created and you don't feel that it has been used in the spirit of "fair use," please let me know.
If you disagree with my analysis of anything, please leave a comment and help set the record straight. I am entitled to my opinions and interpretations, but would hate to be dead wrong about an actual fact. This is especially true as I annotate Nexus.
Having said all of this, please know that I am trying to be more diligent with my references, with making my uncertainties more obvious, and just generally working from a position of good will and good intention.
I appreciate everyone who visits and especially those who leave comments. It makes this project more fun and worthwhile to know that other Miller fans are out there.