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The Hemingway Newsletter
No. 71, Summer 2019

  • A Year After the Epic Paris 2018 Conference, the Hemingway Society Prepares to Go into the Great Wide Open: Complete Wyoming/ Montana 2020 Coverage
  • Call for Papers
  • The 2020 Program Committee
  • Hemingway Society Leadership
  • Greetings from Joe Flora, the President
  • The First Time We Had Paris, Or 2018: One Woman’s Initiation (to a Hemingway Society Confab) by Lilly Morcos
  • Paris: A Moveable Feast of Tragedy and Triumph by Matthew Nickel, Program Director
  • Remembering Key West: 2004, Part One by Gail Sinclair, Site Director
  • Remembering Key West: 2004, Part Two by Kirk Curnuntt, Program Director
  • The Only Thing That Counts: In Its First Year as a Self-Published Journal, The Hemingway Review Exceeds Expectations by Suzanne del Gizzo, Editor, The Hemingway Review
  • “I’m a Grappa Boy… If you Know What that Means”: A Museum Dedicated to Ernest Hemingway in Bassano del Grappa, Italy by Martina Mastandrea
  • Hemingway Sleuths: We Need Your Help!
  • Tim O’Brien’s Forthcoming Book to Include 2016 Hemingway Society Keynote by Alex Vernon
  • Green Hills of Infographrica: A Unique Book Offers a Visually Arresting Approach to Understanding the Life of Ernest Hemingway by Kirk Curnuntt
  • Updates from Hemingway at the JFK by Hilary Kovar Justice, Hemingway Scholar in Residence
  • JFK testimonials
  • Lewis-Reynolds-Smith Founders’ Fellows Testimonials
  • The Newly Founded Frank Blake Emerging Scholar Prize Launches in Paris Thanks to the Generosity of the Blake and Bailey Family Fund
  • PEN/Hemingway helps redefine the voices of literary America by Steve Paul
  • 2018 The Year in Fundraising: How in 2018 Did We Do?
  • On the Road with Hemingway: The Ins and Outs of Touring a Book by Steve Paul
  • Hemingway Letters Project Update by Sandra Spanier and Verna Kale
  • In Memoriam: James D. Brasch (October 11, 1929—February 9, 2019) by Rev. Dr. Wayne Fraser, Jenny Phillips (May 29, 1942-July 9, 2018) Co-founder of the Finca Vigía Foundation and Granddaughter of Maxwell Perkins by Mary-Jo Adams, Executive Director, Finca Vigía Foundation

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