Picturing Hemingway October 25th, 2001 @ 1:32 am PDT
This engaging book — Picturing Hemingway — is filled with more than 70 portraits of Hemingway and those around him, commemorating the life of one of America’s most important writers. The exceptional drawings, paintings, and abundant photographs displayed and generously captioned in this volume record nearly every stage of Hemingway’s life and career.
Literary Traveler October 25th, 2001 @ 1:04 am PDT
The website Ernest Hemingway’s Places hope[s] to celebrate many of the significant literary sites that belong in some way to the legacy of Ernest Hemingway. This site details the life and experiences of the author in respect to his location when he wrote and how his geographical setting(s) influenced his work. Hemingway in the Snow, […]
Collecting Hemingway October 24th, 2001 @ 4:37 pm PDT
Collecting Hemingway is a site that has many items for sale. Here you can find numerous editions of most of the author’s works. “The purpose of this site is not to present a biography, but to focus on collecting the books themselves, notably, the first editions.”
Home and Museum October 24th, 2001 @ 4:16 pm PDT
The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, FL is a registered national historic landmark. This site has details concerning hours and admission prices, as well as a wealth of information about the museum.
Museum and Educational Center October 24th, 2001 @ 3:51 pm PDT
The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center is an off-campus program of Arkansas State University designed to contribute to the regional, national and global understanding of the 1920s and 1930s eras by focusing on the internationally connected Pfeiffer family of Piggott, Arkansas and their son-in-law, Ernest Hemingway. The properties of the museum associated with Hemingway include […]
OpenHere October 24th, 2001 @ 3:07 pm PDT
The OpenHere directory includes a very comprehensive collection of Hemingway resources on the ‘net. This is an incredibly useful tool for students researching the author.
In the Shadow of a Giant October 24th, 2001 @ 3:04 pm PDT
In the Shadow of a Giant: Reflections on the Life and Death of Ernest Hemingway, by Michael A. Hoerman, is a beautiful collection of photographs and reminiscings on the author.
Hemingway Society October 24th, 2001 @ 2:40 pm PDT
The Michigan Hemingway Society has been active for many years, but was incorporated officially as a non-profit organization in 1993. The group’s volunteer energies have been focused ad hoc on such events as its annual Hemingway weekend held in Petoskey, Michigan, each October.
The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park October 24th, 2001 @ 2:29 pm PDT
The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park fosters understanding of the life and work of Ernest Hemingway with emphasis on his Oak Park origins and his impact on world literature. Its mission reflects The Foundation’s belief in the importance of the written word and the value of thoughtful reading and writing.
Remembering Ernest Hemingway October 24th, 2001 @ 2:56 am PDT
Remembering Ernest Hemingway is a book containing thirteen interviews with family and friends of the Nobel laureate, published by The Ketch & Yawl Press, Key West, Fla., to commemorate the centennial of Ernest Hemingway’s birth.