Ernest Hemingway

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 […]

Hemingway’s Bay View: A Guest Post by Mary Jane Doerr

Hemingway’s Bay View: A Guest Post by Mary Jane Doerr

In the summer of 2012, I had the pleasure of attending my first Hemingway Society Conference in Petoskey, Michigan. It was delightful to meet new people and put names to […]

Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Marriage – An Interview with Ruth Hawkins

Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Marriage – An Interview with Ruth Hawkins

Today I am posting an interview with Ruth Hawkins, author of the book Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Marriage.   Ruth dedicated over 10 years of her life […]

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 […]

Long weekends with Hemingway

Long weekends with Hemingway

If you are reading this blog, you are very likely the kind of person who loves a long weekend because you have more time to read. Along with family and […]

Screw short declarative sentences!

Screw short declarative sentences!

Just a note to say that I have several interviews in the works and will post them as soon as they are finished. We will have some interesting things to […]

The Hadley Tapes

  The Hadley Tapes In an article coinciding with the release of the new edition of A moveable Feast last July, Gioia Diliberto writes that “The wrenching love story between Hadley Richardson […]

The story of you and Ernest Hemingway

The story of you and Ernest Hemingway

In the last few years, I have begun to keep track of each book I’ve read, something I wish I had done decades ago. Tracking my reading life is akin […]

More Questions For Denise!

More Questions For Denise!

Ernest and I wanted to let you know that Denise continued her Hemingway interview on Ed Newman’s blog called Pioneer Productions. They talk about Cuba, Key West, Paris, Denise’s trip […]

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 […]