On February 13th, John Burnside’s book On Henry Miller: Or, How to Be an Anarchist was published as part of Princeton University Press’s Writers on Writers series. Previous volumes in this series have included Colm Toibin’s On Elizabeth Bishop, and Alexander McCall Smith’s What W. H. Auden Can Do For You. Publisher’s Weekly stated that this ‘provocative study makes a strong case for Henry Miller as a romantic anarchist comparable. . . to Rachel Carson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman.’