For readers of Ernest Hemingway, it can be tempting to mix the iconic writer’s fictional characters with the public persona of the writer himself. He never kept a journal and apparently integrated many of his personal experiences into his art. More of Hemingway’s letters are being published and they are so revealing and fun. For […]
How Do You Like It Now, Gentlemen? The above is a link to the Lillian Ross interview with Hemingway, a sad betrayal of his kindness and friendship to a young writer. There’s a famous profile of Hemingway that was published on May 13, 1950 in The New Yorker done by a very young journalist at […]
Great news for movie lovers generally and Orson Welles fans in particular Who knew? Orson Welles inspired by Hemingway and their scuffle.
This is a really fun article. Read it and laugh, I hope. How To Tell If You’re In A Hemingway Novel
In order to write about life first you must live it. ― Ernest Hemingway We don’t like bull fighting. It’s cruel. We care for and hope the bull will win. We, meaning Americans in general, don’t get it or understand how any civilized people could watch such a sport and actually sit through it and even applaud. I adore […]
Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another. Ernest Hemingway It has been said someone bet Hemingway that he couldn’t write a story in six words that would make you cry. Try this on for size, ye […]