The Ernest Hemingway Society has three major publications projects:
(1) The Hemingway Review--a scholarly journal, edited by Suzanne del Gizzo, Ph.D. and published jointly by the Society and the University of Idaho. The journal is published twice a year and features researched studies on Hemingway's work and life.
(2) The Hemingway Newsletter--an annual publication, edited by Kirk Curnutt, Ph.D.. The newsletter serves as an annual report to members about the Society's major initiatives each year.
(3) The Hemingway Letters Project--a comprehensive scholarly edition of Hemingway's letters under the general editorship of Sandra Spanier, Ph.D.. and published by Cambridge University press. The series will feature the author's some 6,000 letters, approximately 85 percent of them never before published.
In addition to the Society's publications, there are many other Hemingway-related publications released every year.