There's been a rush of activity over at the Miller Walks website
lately; really fascinating stuff that I feel compelled to draw attention to, just in case you've yet to make that site part of your Miller diet.June's Origins: New Documents
Kreg Wallace has uncovered new documentation that situates June and her pre-emigration family in Brody,Ukraine.Cancer and Syphilis in the Metro
The influence onMiller of Paris posters depicting warnings about cancer and syphilis is considered.Madison Kirby, a.k.a. Peckover
The story of the real person on which the character Peckover is based in Tropic Of Cancer
Using an old postcard to identify the Clichy residence of Miller.
Profile of a small cafe at which Miller once fraternized with a prostitute named Germaine during his first year in Paris.
During a recent stop-over in New York, Kreg took photos of various Miller locations: the PepperPot, the Speakeasy on Perry Street, and June's Roman Tavern.
Songs of Blue and Gold
, a novel by Deborah Lawrenson, "was inspired by the life and complexities of Lawrence Durrell." Miller apparently appears in a few tiny fragments here as a fictionalized character named Don Webber.