Column by Brian Allen Carr July 18, 2017
A discussion of how writers take, steal and borrow content, and why.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Every writer has felt it—that twinge of jealousy when you read a sentence so perfect, it makes you angry that you didn't think of it first.
Column by Max Booth III June 7, 2016
Because why not?
Column by Ed Sikov October 2, 2015
In the literary justice system, critic-based offenses are considered particularly heinous. Idiots are to blame. These are their stories.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt January 27, 2015
I've put them off for too long!
Column by Susan DeFreitas December 4, 2014
Hemingway, famously, kept it short and sweet. But if you've got the gift of gab, like Nabokov and Marquez, you can stretch out with sentences that gallop, guffaw, and bulge with overstuffed wit.
Column by Leah Dearborn June 24, 2014
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but what about the thickness of its binding?
News by Sean May February 17, 2014
A new app uses Ernest Hemingway's stripped down style as a template for analysis. Can it improve your writing?
News by Christopher Shultz July 24, 2013
The meticulously detailed books offer a view into the childhood of a beloved author.
News by Dean Fetzer
Hemingway’s estate says ‘no’ to the magazine's request to publish a previously rejected story.
Column by Ed Sikov March 1, 2013
A selection of ten writers who made names for themselves as alcoholics.
News by Christopher Shultz January 31, 2013
It's a classic example of good flash fiction, but who actualy wrote it? Some say Ernest Hemingway, but the Quote Investigator begs to differ.
News by Dave Reuss
Column by Kimberly Turner July 6, 2012
It's not a stretch to assume that if you like the book or author, you'll buy the T-shirt, coffee mug, or bookmark. But what about the panties, shower curtain, and Ouija board?
News by Dave Reuss July 5, 2012
Hemingway's Classic "A Farewell To Arms" is being reprinted with alternate endings and earlier drafts.
News by Rob Hart June 29, 2012
Florida attorney Frank Louderback wanted time off from a federal murder trial to attend a content for people who look like Ernest Hemingway. His request was denied.
News by Rob Hart April 23, 2012
The film, starring Clive Owen as Hemingway and Nicole Kidman as Martha Gellhorn, chronicles the pair's five-year marriage and their work during the Spanish Civil War.
News by John Jarzemsky March 29, 2012
New letters from Ernest Hemingway reveal a softer, gentler side to the author.