Posts Tagged "Paris"

Pilgrimage, Poetry, and Song: An Interview with H. R Stoneback

Pilgrimage, Poetry, and Song: An Interview with H. R Stoneback

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

In Praise of Sylvia Beach

In Praise of Sylvia Beach

  “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 […]

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 […]

Adventures in Paris

Adventures in Paris

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"

An Interview with Paula McLain, author of "The Paris Wife"

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 […]