Cuba

Ernest Hemingway and Allen Josephs: Coming of Age in Spain

Ernest Hemingway and Allen Josephs: Coming of Age in Spain

Today I am delighted to publish the following interview with Professor Allen Josephs, who teaches literature at the University of West Florida in Pensacola. Allen has been exploring Spain, its […]

Stories from Cuba: An Interview with Rene Villarreal

Stories from Cuba: An Interview with Rene Villarreal

I am delighted to share with you more stories from Rene Villarreal’s memories of his life with Ernest Hemingway in Cuba.  Rene began working for Hemingway at the Finca, outside […]

Hemingway’s Havana: Reflections of an Era by Raul Villarreal

Hemingway’s Havana: Reflections of an Era by Raul Villarreal

Today’s post is part one of a two-part feature on Raul Villarreal and his father Rene, who lived and worked with Ernest Hemingway for over 20 years in Cuba.  Raul […]

Hemingway At Work

Hemingway At Work

This morning I was reading Norberto Fuentes beautifully written book, Hemingway in Cuba. In contrast to his busy and active years in Europe and Key West, Fuentes writes in fascinating […]

Hemingway and Castro in Cuba – A Guest Post From Brian Gordon Sinclair

Hemingway and Castro in Cuba – A Guest Post From Brian Gordon Sinclair

Granddaughter of Gregorio Fuentes, Canadian playwright Brian Gordon Sinclair, Daughter of Gregorio – she is 85 and says she feels so healthy she thinks she will live another 20 or […]

Adios Hemingway, A Book Review

Adios Hemingway, A Book Review

Colleen Mondor is our writer today, reviewing the book “Adios Hemingway” by Leonardo Padura Fuentes – a novel inspired by Hemingway’s years in Cuba. Colleen writes book reviews and articles […]