Tag Archives: Ernest Hemingway

4 Literary-Themed Cocktail Recipes

Spice up your stay-at-home parties with these specialty cocktails inspired by American classics. Cheers! We’ve [...]

AWM Story of the Week

"If you use a typewriter you better have strong fingers and little perfectionism. And a [...]


Typewriter Tuesday: Ernest Hemingway

Welcome to Typewriter Tuesday, a series from the American Writers Museum that aims to shed [...]

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Transatlantic Writers: Between the Wars

The early Twentieth Century was a critical time for American literature. America was producing its [...]

The Right Time to Write

When is the right time to write? What is the best setting? What’s the ideal [...]

“I read it in a book”: Building a Literary-Inspired Bucket List

Perhaps you have an ongoing bucket list or life list of all the things you [...]

War of the Words: Cather vs. Hemingway, 1923

In 1922, Willa Cather’s foray into the subject of World War I, One of Ours, [...]

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“Such Friends”: Maxwell Perkins and Ernest Hemingway

As with F. Scott Fitzgerald, his first major author, Scribner’s editor Maxwell Perkins [1884-1947] found [...]

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