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Hemingway Links! Take a look at some other Hemingway related web sites. These sites will open in a new browser window.
The Hemingway Society
From the site's home page: "The
Ernest Hemingway Foundation was established in 1979 by Mary Hemingway,
Ernestís widow, 'for the purposes of awakening, sustaining an interest
in, promoting, fostering, stimulating, supporting, improving and
developing literature and all forms of literary composition and
expression.' Within that context, the Foundationís activities have
emphasized 'the promotion, assistance and coordination of scholarship
and studies relating to the works and life of the late Ernest
Ernest Hemingway at SimonSays, official publisher's site
Simon & Shusther is
the official publisher of Hemingway's books, and they now have a
website dedicated solely to him! Click the logo to visit their
site...a great Scott Donaldson biography awaits, as well as a wonderful
photo gallery chronicling the writer's life.
The Speiser and Easterling-Hallman Foundation Collection
acted as an unofficial literary agent for Hemingway during the 30's and
later, and was an avid collector of Hemingway's early editions.
Check out this informative site to learn more about their relationship
and Speiser's great collection.
A Hemingway Retrospective...by CNN
during Hemingway's centennial year of 1999, this stylish website offers
a great deal of information on this century's greatest writer. An
in-depth bio, pictures, maps, etc. await. Well worth the visit.
Hemingway's Key West Home
a tour of Papa's Key West home and learn about his life at the bottom
of America. Great pictures and stories, and even some information
on Hemingway's famous cats.
Atlantic Monthly Magazine has put together a great collection of their
past articles about Hemingway and his work. Of particular
interest should be Edmund Wilson's 1937 assessment of Hemingway's
career to that point. A must see!
Picturing Hemingway~A Writer in His Time The
National Portrait Gallery is hosting an exhibition of Hemingway
memorabilia. Some great pictures and paintings of Hemingway,
along with manuscript copies that will be of interest to Hemingway fans
Ernest Hemingway: Featured Author
New York Times collects articles and photos of Hemingway commemorating
his 100th birthday. New visitors to the New York Times site may
have to sign up for their free subscription services, but it is worth
it. Includes a great essay by Michael Reynolds and a nice slide
show of Hemingway photos.
Asante Papa! Paul Hammersten has developed a website devoted to his book, Asante Papa!
His handcrafted books evoke the art of publishing from a more
patient era. With tooled leather insets on each cover, each large
copy is a unique piece of craftsmanship. Hammersten devotes much
of his book to Hemingway's True At First Light and his belief that in it Hemingway reveals his true Christian beliefs.
Oak Park Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
Planning on making a pilgrimage to Oak Park to visit Hemingway's hometown? Be sure to check out the Oak Park Area Convention and Visitors Bureau to find accommodations and to learn about other interesting attractions in and around Oak Park.
Michael Palin's Hemingway AdventureThis
elegant companion website to Palin's PBS program is full of valuable
information for the Hemingway student. Includes great photos,
biographical info, pictures of original book covers, and even a few
nice recipes from The Hemingway Cookbook by Craig Boreth.
Hemingway's Birthplace Take an on- line tour of Hemingway's birthhome. Some great photos and other Hemingway information.
The Hemingway Cookbook
Feeling hungry? Check out this site based on Craig Boreth's
wonderful cookbook. Boreth has written a truly unique book, which
in the crowded world of Hemingway research is difficult to do.
The Running of the Bulls
in Pamplona Spain! Watch a small video of the running of the
bulls through the streets of Pamplona! This was one of the
settings in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Just click on the QuickTime movie link to watch the excitement!
Travel Adventure in Ketchum, Idaho
out some great pictures of Hemingway's house in Ketchum, Idaho, as well
as some photos of Hemingway taken throughout his life.
Hemingway-Pfeiffer Home Page
more about Hemingway's relationship with his second wife, Pauline
Pfeiffer. A great timeline of their years together is also
Hemingway at the Kansas City Star
fantastic site which includes many of Hemingway's early newspaper
articles. Also has some great RealAudio clips of Hemingway
reading some of his later work. Download the Kansas City style sheet that gave Hemingway his foundation for his writing style (requires Adobe Acrobat).
Ernest Hemingway: A Paris Timeline
nice page with a timeline of Hemingway's early apprentice years in
Paris with his first wife Hadley. The photo of Miro's "The Farm",
Hemingway's favorite painting, is worth the visit.
Timeless Hemingway Quotes,
pictures and more! This site is constantly growing and its new
design makes it easier to find what you're looking for. Well worth the
The Literary Traveler This
is a great site with a wonderful Hemingway section that includes
an in depth bio of Papa's early days called "Lessons of Youth."
Check here often for more articles throughout the year, and for great
information on all of your favorite writers!
Remembering Ernest Hemingway James Plath and Frank Simons have put together a website based on their book, Remembering Ernest Hemingway.
Includes excerpts from two of the great interviews that make up this
informative and lively book. Check it out and see Hemingway
through the eyes of those who really knew him!
The Old Man and His Hometown
Check out this fun look at how Oak Parkers have embraced the memory of their most famous son.
Audio Discussions of Hemingway on NPR
Links to various commentaries and conversations about Hemingway, his life and work on the NPR website.
www.briangordonsinclair.com This website gives full details of my
ongoing series of plays entitled, HEMINGWAY ON STAGE: THE ROAD TO
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