As a blogger who is also a lifelong Henry Miller fan, I want to draw the attention of my fellow Miller buffs to the following blog:
I've been reading Miller for more than 30 years, and I never knew about this. This is a great tidbit (or a "four pound tidbit," as the late Norman Mailer once said to me at a book-signing in Washington, D.C.) Miller and his first wife June Mansfield frequented a Greenwich Village place called The Pepper Pot during the 1920s. This blog site will tell you all about it. Good stuff!
Meanwhile, it's no secret among his fans that Miller loved to paint watercolors. He painted hundreds of them. More about that is available here:
And then there's my own visual muse, which took the bit in its teeth nearly three years ago. I'm about to start painting again. Here's what I had to say about it when I started out: