Hemingway: never out of Fashion

Hemingway’s works as well as his life are being mined for material–and there is a lot of richness there as we know. See below. The Sound & The Flurry: How Podcasts Are Becoming A Hollywood Gold Mine Village Roadshow has increasingly been expanding its television business including adapting Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, a reboot of College Bowl, […]

All Photos for a change

Below are a few photos that are not published as often as some. Hope you enjoy them. Best, Christine     Enough photos for Today!  C

Ezra Pound, Hemingway, Politics that split them up.

My friend Trudy found this interesting Article about the writers of Paris in the ’20s. I edited it to shorten but I think you will enjoy it. Photos added by me. Best, Christine Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound’s friendship spanned continents—and ideologies. By ALLEN MENDENHALL • May 5, 201 Michael Hogue Ernest Hemingway, fresh off […]

Paris: To find traces of Hemingway Part one

                      I finally made it to Paris after a bit of drama in getting away.  Due to a family illness, the trip was touch and go as to whether or not we were going to get there at all. Emergency rooms, doctor appointments (not for me; I was packed and set to […]

Hemingway Places

Nice article about places to visit and feel Papa’s memories. I did not know that his usual seat at La Flordita in Havana was blocked off and a daiquiri placed on the counter daily near his statue. I have it on good authority that his favorite drink however was a mega-cold Martini. However, a daiquiri will do. […]


 If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast. Ernest Hemingway It’s the beginning of a very rugged winter—or so it seems—in Connecticut. Yesterday the winds were grueling and temps […]