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'Henry Miller & The Fortean Fantasy'

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I have come across the following article and maybe of interest?

I have referenced the author previously:

Thread 'A Collection Of Fortean Biographies'

https://forums.forteana.org/index.php?threads/a-collection-of-fortean-biographies.66883/

One measures a circle, beginning anywhere": Henry Miller and the Fortean Fantasy.

Joshua Buhs

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/"One+measures+a+circle,+beginning+anywhere":+Henry+Miller+and+the...-a0453399091

Edit: It seems this article was originally published in 'Nexus' magazine, volume 11.

http://nexusmiller.org/contents.php?volume=11
 
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Thanks for the link to the Miller piece...I have been a fan of Miller's work for over 40 years.
 
Delighted to learn it's of special interest - all brand new to myself and immensely intriguing. :)

See also, from the same author:

Henry Miller as a Fortean

https://www.joshuablubuhs.com/blog/henry-miller-as-a-fortean
I was not aware of any Fortean connection but I have read many of Miller's books over the years ..my favorite being the Colossus of Maroussi but most are entertaining...especially the autobiographical or 'travel tales'.
I also like Durrell...and funny enough I watched an episode of 'The Durrells in Corfu' last night and ''Henry Miller' (Trevor White) was in the episode as a house guest of 'Lawrence Durrell' (Josh O'Connor).
 
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