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.
A digital archive of historical photographs and images helps recreate for readers the world of For Whom the Bell Tolls
Has what could very well be Hemingway's first contribution to a professionally published newspaper—and it's not the Kansas City Star—gone unnoticed all this time?
A rapper and songwriter confronts Hemingway's deadly disconnection, a disconnection caused by the patriarchy's Faustian bargain of domination for masking feelings, veiling emotions, and burying love
If you missed our virtual Holidays with Hemingway party this year, take a moment to read through the three vignettes that won first, second, and third place in our writing contest!
Who is Michel Ney, and why would Hemingway like to have dinner with him?
Learn why Hemingway wasn't there when his first child was born in Toronto
Ernest and Hadley travel from France to Canada for the birth of their son
Hemingway's writings inspire a pilgrimage to his Key West home
Hemingway's life and work inspire a literary intern working for a controversial Beatles biographer
Baseball aficionado and Hemingway Society Board member Sharon Hamilton shares the story of the last baseball game Hemingway saw before shipping off with the Red Cross in 1918
The Old Man and the Sea inspired artist Leo Augustine Donaghy to create a series of three paintings
Images of the people, places, and objects in Hemingway's The Garden of Eden help readers understand the novel's meaning
Society president Carl Eby introduces a digital visual companion for Hemingway's posthumously published novel
An AI-generated "Ernest Hemingway" reports on the 2023 Fiesta of San Fermin in Pamplona
Remembering Hemingway's first summer in Pamplona, 100 years ago this month
Miguel Izu responds to a review of his book in the Fall 2021 issue of the Hemingway Review
You can preview the countryside where the 2024 Hemingway Society conference will be held by viewing television coverage July 1-3 of the Tour de France.
Learn how a knowledge of twentieth-century fishing practices could help vindicate Dr. Adams of "Indian Camp"
Is a community in Virginia using parents' rights as a Trojan horse for a new wave of book banning?
Should Hemingway's books be banned in the name of parental rights?