Hemingway Review Blog

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 lisa.tyler@sinclair.edu if you are interested in contributing to the blog. 

John Hargrove, 01/05/2023

How Max Eastman's publishers edited the Socket Photo to make it appropriate for a 1964 audience

John Hargrove, 12/26/2022

John Hargrove explains a photograph of a nearly naked Hemingway wearing what looks like a teacup on a string over his genitals

Greer Rising and Eileen Martin, 12/09/2022

What does Ernest mean when he refers to a "devil box" in his letters of the 1950s?

John W. Crowley, 11/28/2022

Learn who wrote the venomous review of Leonard Brown's scholarly book on Hemingway that ultimately blocked its publication.

John W. Crowley, 11/18/2022

John W. Crowley solves the mystery of what happened to a scholar's book on Hemingway

Steve Paul, 10/28/2022

Could a French surrealist's memoir have inspired Hemingway's short story "God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen"?

Mary-Jo Adams, 10/11/2022

Learn more about the museum housed in Hemingway's Cuban home

Dermot Ross, 10/02/2022

Learn how a Kiwi--Auckland lawyer Dermot Ross--sees the 2022 Hemingway Society conference in Wyoming and Montana

Dermot Ross, 09/28/2022

Read a New Zealander's report on the 2022 Hemingway conference in Sheridan, Wyoming, and Cooke City, Montana 

Josep Salip and Jorge Isaac Medina, 09/13/2022

Visit Pescador con Marlin, a Canary Islands sculpture inspired by The Old Man and the Sea

Sharon Hamilton and John Hargrove, 09/06/2022

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, 09/01/2022

Sharon Hamilton and John Hargrove visit Buffalo, Wyoming, where Hemingway stayed on his way to Sheridan

Darla Worden, 08/25/2022

Darla Worden, author of a book about Hemingway's summers in Wyoming, explains how Ernest came to visit two dude ranches

Judy Slack, 07/31/2022

Retired librarian Judy Slack describes the Hemingway-related materials in the Wyoming Room of Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library

Jeremy Kaye, 07/11/2022

Jeremy Kaye shares one of the most interesting and frustrating aspects of teaching Hemingway to Gen Z students

Sharon Hamilton, 06/16/2022

Sharon Hamilton visits the neighborhood of the modernist periodical that gave Hemingway his first professional publication

Sharon Hamilton, 06/02/2022

Exploring Hemingway's first publication "A Divine Gesture" in Double Dealer a century ago

Timothy J. Christian, 05/21/2022

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."

Robert Trogdon, 04/01/2022

Consider the effects of a recent milestone for Hemingway's 1926 novel