The October HML Email Digest is out! Here’s what you’re missing (for only $2 a month!)

For $1 dollar you can buy lip gloss. OR for only $2 a MONTH — that’s about 7 cents a day – you can sign up for the Henry Miller Library Monthly E-Mail Digest!

Click here!!!

ciboYou’ll get the satisfaction in knowing that you recurring payment goes to a good cause – namely, our sleepy 501 © 3 nonprofit arts center BUT THERE’S MORE!

Indeed, as a Digest member you’ll get “insider access,” exclusive photos, cool content, video, and more. Why, just take a look at what Digest members are getting in the month of October.

All that for less than the price of, like, a push pin, rubber band, or other small office supply! Click the link and sign up today – you can always bail!

1. Flashback: The Harvard Crimson Reports “Tropic of Cancer” is banned in Massachusetts on Nov. 14, 1961!

Here come da judges: The Supreme Court, 1964

Here come da judges: The Supreme Court, 1964

2. Henry Miller and the SLAPS Test.

3. 30% Discount for Ping Pong for Digest Members!

4. Unsung Hero in Miller’s Life #34: Elmer Gertz

5. Lion(ish) in Winter: Miller the Elder Statesman in Pacific Palisades.

6. 30% Discount on the Cibo Matto Poster for Digest Members!

7. Sven – A Big Sur Odyssey (the one where he gets a job)

2 responses to “The October HML Email Digest is out! Here’s what you’re missing (for only $2 a month!)

    • steve hey! yes, you can… it’s up to you…. you can send a check or just call the library with a credit card (831-667-2574.) For simplicity’s sake, you can pay $24 and then you’ll be set for the year. Up to you! thanks!! – mike

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