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Ernest Hemingway

Hemingway's Pamplona, Seen Through Tourists' Eyes

Yahoo! News | Virginie Grognou | Posted 09.10.2011 | Travel

PAMPLONA, Spain -- Room 217 in the Gran Hotel La Perla, swankiest hotel in northern Spain's bull-running city Pamplona, has barely changed since Ernes...

10 Manly Books To Honor Ernest Hemingway’s Death

Kathleen Massara | Posted 09.01.2011 | Home

From Flavorwire: Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of Ernest Hemingway’s death. Say what you will about the man, but he was a literary force o...

Do You Know The Real Ernest Hemingway?

usatoday.com | Posted 08.30.2011 | Home

It's been 50 years since Papa died on July 2, 1961. How much do you know about the iconic writer's life? Answer these ten questions:...

Authors In Bathing Suits: Who Knew They Were This Hot?

flavorwire.com | Posted 08.27.2011 | Home

We don’t know about you, but now that it’s officially summertime, we want to spend as much time in our bathing suits as humanly possible, and so, ...

Michael McLaughlin

WATCH: 'Heming Way' Author Decries Loss Of 'Cartoon Character' Masculinity

HuffingtonPost.com | Michael McLaughlin | Posted 10.12.2011 | Weird News

They say it's a man's world, but Ernest Hemingway wouldn't believe it if he were alive today, according to Marty Beckerman, author of "The Heming Way....

What Your Favorite Author Says About You

thoughtcatalog.com | Brandon Scott Gorrell | Posted 08.16.2011 | Home

If you love Hemingway, you probably have a certain respect for Manly Men; for stoicism, strict personal rules, chivalry, traditional gender roles, men...

How To Drink Like Hemingway

salon.com | Emma Mustich | Posted 08.06.2011 | Home

The self-destructive drinker knew what he liked when it came to alcohol. Here are some of his hard-learned tips....

Books: David McCullough's Latest Tackles Americans in Paris

Michael Giltz | Posted 07.25.2011 | Home
Michael Giltz

In his new book, David McCullough looks at the many artists, scientists, people of medicine and thinkers who made the voyage back across the Atlantic to find inspiration and knowledge in the City of Lights from roughly 1830 to the end of the century.

Woody Allen Finally Wins "Fear of Death" Battle

Saskia Miller | Posted 07.24.2011 | Entertainment
Saskia Miller

Midnight in Paris is a bittersweet, impassioned romp through Paris: a journey through the psyche of a man who, while doing his best to avoid acknowledging death, finds he's avoiding what he desires most: a full experience of life.

HuffPost Review: Midnight in Paris

Marshall Fine | Posted 07.18.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

There's a strain of magical realism that runs through the filmography of Woody Allen that pops up -- and delightfully so -- in his newest film, Midnight in Paris.

Required Reading: Devastatingly Sad Books

flavorwire.com | Posted 07.12.2011 | Home

We’re the first to admit that, sometimes, the best cure for a hard week, a long day or just a rainy weekend is a really sad book....

Neverisms: 11 Things You Should Never Do, Never Say, Never Forget (PHOTOS)

Dr. Mardy Grothe | Posted 07.11.2011 | Home
Dr. Mardy Grothe

And when it comes to words that command attention, nothing can beat those that are phrased according to the figure of speech known as dehortatio, which Willard R. Espy once crisply defined as "dissuasive advice given with authority."

A Peek Inside Famous Writers’ Homes

flavorwire.com | Posted 07.05.2011 | Home

Last month, The New York Times ran a slideshow of Norman Mailer's Brooklyn Heights apartment, which will be up for sale shortly. This got us thinking ...

On Planes And Trains: What Have We Spied You Reading Lately?

Posted 06.08.2011 | Home

We've been watching you again, and we've been spotting you reading all sorts of books. From vampire fiction to Hemingway novels, you've been across...

Books You Can Eat

masslive.com | Posted 06.04.2011 | Home

Charles Frazier's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "Cold Mountain" is a fiddle made of fruitcake and pecans. At least that's how Marianne Moriarty of N...

Famous Authors And Their Typewriters

flavorwire.com | Posted 06.04.2011 | Home

There’s something magical about catching a glimpse of one of your favorite authors at work – even a photo of the epic event can send an anxious th...

Old Books You Love: What Older Books Are You Reading Or Dying To Read? (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post | Zoe Triska | Posted 06.03.2011 | Home

We asked you what book you're reading (or dying to read) that is over 15 years old. We received a flood of responses--see #oldbooksilove. On Twitt...

Ten Literary Lines To Raise Your Glass To

Alex Palmer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Alex Palmer

Many great writers have also been great drinkers and their advice around this habit will either want to make you keep going or will stop you forever. But do try not to spit out your scotch laughing at the wit.

WATCH: A Rare Look At Soviet-Era Political Cartoons

George Heymont | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
George Heymont

Using rarely seen footage from the Russian State Film Archives, documentarian Kevin McNeer has produced a fascinating documentary about the late Soviet political cartoonist and propaganda artist Boris Efimov.

Favorite Rereads: What Do You Come Back To Time And Time Again? (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post | Zoe Triska | Posted 09.26.2011 | Home

Author François Mauriac once said, "Tell me what you read and I'll tell you who you are' is true enough, but I'd know you better if you told me what ...

Your Favorite Star-Crossed Lovers In Literature: Expect The Unexpected, Not Romeo And Juliet (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post | Zoe Triska | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Though Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet are the classic star-crossed lovers in books, and the play from which the phrase originates, we decided to add s...

Larry Rivers After Crossing His Delaware

Barbara Probst Solomon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Barbara Probst Solomon

Larry was intellectual, literary, and one of the most brainy artists of his generation, but there was always the feeling in the art world that the more intellectual the artist, the less talented the painter.

Literary Fisticuffs! Flying Fists And Zinging Words: Nobody Fights Like An Angry Writer (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post | Zoe Triska | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Stereotypically, artists are stormy, temperamental, and moody. These literary figures feed the stereotype with their classic feuds. We asked readers...

Media Key to Covering Egyptian Revolution

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

The scene of protesters trying to break into the state-run TV station on Cairo's Corniche brought to mind other revolutions where control of the media was of primary importance.

What If "A Moveable Feast" Had Been Titled "A Moveable Snack?"

The Huffington Post | Zoe Triska | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

The Twitter hashtag, #lessambitiousbooks, is making another trending appearance this week. These are our current favorites. Got a better one? Let u...