The Hemingway Review blog shares information on topics relevant to Hemingway, his writings, and the study of his work. It’s a more casual, less serious space for playful pieces and personal reflections. We will consider videos, audio recordings, slide presentations, photographs, and short pieces of writing (generally 250-500 words). Reflections on teaching and discussions of popular culture are welcome. Please review the blog's submission guidelines and contact Lisa Tyler, blog editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in contributing to the blog.
How Max Eastman's publishers edited the Socket Photo to make it appropriate for a 1964 audience
John Hargrove explains a photograph of a nearly naked Hemingway wearing what looks like a teacup on a string over his genitals
What does Ernest mean when he refers to a "devil box" in his letters of the 1950s?
Learn who wrote the venomous review of Leonard Brown's scholarly book on Hemingway that ultimately blocked its publication.
John W. Crowley solves the mystery of what happened to a scholar's book on Hemingway
Could a French surrealist's memoir have inspired Hemingway's short story "God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen"?
Learn more about the museum housed in Hemingway's Cuban home
Learn how a Kiwi--Auckland lawyer Dermot Ross--sees the 2022 Hemingway Society conference in Wyoming and Montana
Read a New Zealander's report on the 2022 Hemingway conference in Sheridan, Wyoming, and Cooke City, Montana
Visit Pescador con Marlin, a Canary Islands sculpture inspired by The Old Man and the Sea
Sharon Hamilton and John Hargrove visit the Occidental Hotel, where Hemingway stopped on his way to Sheridan, and sample Wyoming Whiskey
Sharon Hamilton and John Hargrove visit Buffalo, Wyoming, where Hemingway stayed on his way to Sheridan
Darla Worden, author of a book about Hemingway's summers in Wyoming, explains how Ernest came to visit two dude ranches
Retired librarian Judy Slack describes the Hemingway-related materials in the Wyoming Room of Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Jeremy Kaye shares one of the most interesting and frustrating aspects of teaching Hemingway to Gen Z students
Sharon Hamilton visits the neighborhood of the modernist periodical that gave Hemingway his first professional publication
Exploring Hemingway's first publication "A Divine Gesture" in Double Dealer a century ago
The author of Hemingway's Widow reconsiders Hemingway's fourth wife
Editor, Suzanne del Gizo, interviews Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera about a Special Section he organized for the Spring and Fall 2022 issues on "Hemingway as a Caribbean Writer."
Consider the effects of a recent milestone for Hemingway's 1926 novel