Dear Readers, It is my pleasure to finally publish this interview with H. R Stoneback. Stoney is a Distinguished Professor of English at the State University of New York. He […]
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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 […]
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 […]
“Sylvia carried pollen like a bee. She cross-fertilized these writers.” French writer Andre Chamson wrote, “She did more to link England, the United States, Ireland, and France than four […]
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 […]
Happy New Year friends! Not every New Year feels fresh and new, but this one sure does. This will be my fourth year of The Hemingway Project, and I could […]
An Interview with Paula McLain, author of “The Paris Wife” It is with great pleasure that I post today’s interview with Paula McLain. Paula is the author of a forthcoming […]