Hadley

Hadley Talks about Paris, Red Beans & Beer

Hadley Talks about Paris, Red Beans & Beer

Although every single word in the Hadley Tapes is a treasure for fans and scholars alike, I am finding it harder to find clips that tell a complete story. The ...

Luck, Pluck, and Serendipity: Bumby’s Wartime Experience (with Hadley audio)

Luck, Pluck, and Serendipity: Bumby’s Wartime Experience (with Hadley audio)

  I wish I had had the opportunity to meet Jack Hemingway, who lived not so far from here, really. I would loved to have asked him so many questions ...

Hadley Talks about the Lost Manuscripts

Hadley Talks about the Lost Manuscripts

The autumn of 1922 was difficult for Hadley and Ernest, who had been married just over a year and were living in Paris.  Ernest was a foreign correspondent for the ...

Ernest and Hadley begin their life in Paris: 74 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine

Ernest and Hadley begin their life in Paris: 74 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine

I think of Hadley often as I have had my own adventures in Europe and South America. In the last few years, I have been able to visit some of ...

‘A little place called Horton Bay” – Hadley talks about her wedding to Ernest

‘A little place called Horton Bay” – Hadley talks about her wedding to Ernest

 In a few days I’m headed for Chicago and then Michigan for the Hemingway Conference in Petoskey. The Hemingway Society sponsors this weeklong event every year, bringing together writers, scholars, ...

Hadley talks about the summer after her divorce

Hadley talks about the summer after her divorce

  After the difficult summer of 1926, when Pauline, Ernest and Hadley were all in Southern France on an awkward holiday with friends at the  Murphy’s Villa America, Hadley knew, ...

Happy Birthday Hadley!

Happy Birthday Hadley!

Happy Birthday Hadley! On this day, 120 years ago, our friend Hadley Richardson was born. Her given name was Elizabeth Hadley Richardson but she was called “Hadley” early on (and ...

Hadley’s Response to A Moveable Feast

Hadley’s Response to A Moveable Feast

I’ve missed Hadley, haven’t you? I am still organizing my writing from Spain but I thought I would share another audio clip with you in the meantime. I’ve often thought ...

Following Hadley to Spain

Following Hadley to Spain

Hello friends! Well, I am finally getting my legs back under me. As many of you know, it’s been a long winter of healing and recovery but my health is ...

An Interview with Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife

An Interview with Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife

With all of the recent discussion about Paula McLain’s new novel, The Paris Wife, it seemed like a good time to repost her interview from April of last year.  Here ...

Youtube: Paula McLain on Ernest Hemingway and The Paris Wife

Youtube: Paula McLain on Ernest Hemingway and The Paris Wife

Bumby is born! (And the Hemingways sneak out of Toronto)

Bumby is born! (And the Hemingways sneak out of Toronto)

I have read about Ernest and Hadley’s short time in Canada, but hearing Hadley tell it is even better, especially her details about the powder puffs and the cakes of ...

"I’m Strong Now"

"I’m Strong Now"

Many of us admire A Moveable Feast because of the beautifully remembered love story of Ernest and Hadley. Others enjoy it as a travel book, or as a glimpse into ...

How did Hemingway become Papa?

How did Hemingway become Papa?

In this clip, Alice Sokoloff asks Hadley if she remembers how the name “Papa” began, which was sometime during their years in Paris. As we know, Hemingway was wonderful at ...

Learning more about Alice Hunt Sokoloff: A conversation with her son Kiril

Learning more about Alice Hunt Sokoloff: A conversation with her son Kiril

Those of us who are interested in Hadley’s life and her perspective of Hemingway in the early years owe a great deal to Alice Sokoloff. Alice was not only a ...