Ernest Hemingway said he'd revised the ending of his epic war romance "A Farewell To Arms" 39 times. Turns out he was being modest -- the number of alternate endings he actually penned is 47, all of which Scribner will release in a new edition introduced by Hemingway's son and grandson on Tuesday, July 10.
"Musical overacheiver" David Longstreth took himself and a Bible to a house in upstate New York, and has returned with an album, due out Tuesday. The sixth album for the 5-member band, Swing Lo Magellan looks likely to carve a spot for itself in the indie canon.
Director Michael Winterbottom's modern-day adaptation of "Tess Of The D'Urbervilles," due out Friday, stars Freida Pinto, and is set in rural India.
Santa Fe's annual 35-dealer art fair promises to be worldlier than ever this year, with galleries from Japan, Argentina, and Nepal all heading Southwest.
Folk legend Woody Guthrie would be 100 this Saturday, were he alive. Expect daylong Guthrie-thons on the radio and plenty of live concerts to honor the iconic singer's memory.
Culture Forecast: July 9 - July 15, 2012
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