Darla Worden is editor in chief of Mountain Living magazine and founder/director of the Left Bank Writers Retreat in Paris. A Wyoming native and life-long Ernest Hemingway fan, Worden discovered that the author spent summers from 1928 to 1939 in her home state. Her book, Cockeyed Crazy: Hemingway's Wyoming Summers With Pauline, shows Wyoming as an influential place in Hemingway’s life just as Paris, Africa, Cuba, Key West and Sun Valley have anchored past works.And it casts his second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer, in a new light, as devoted stepmother, mother and wife playing a major role in Hemingway’s life and work.
Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway's Secret Adventures
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This month, co-hosts Jennifer and Zakiya discuss the relationship between Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald with Amanda Vaill, the author of the bestselling Everybody Was So Young: Gerald and Sara Murphy—A Lost Generation Love Story, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in biography, and Somewhere: The Life of Jerome Robbins, for which she was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship. In addition to her screenplay for the Emmy– and Peabody Award–winning public television documentary Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About, she has also written features and criticism for a range of journals from Allure to The Washington Post Book World. About the hosts: Jennifer Keishin Armstrong is the author of the New York Times bestseller Seinfeldia and the upcoming book When Women Invented Television, available March 23rd. Zakiya Dalila Harris’ debut novel, The Other Black Girl, comes out June 1st from Atria Books in the US, and Bloomsbury Books in the UK.
Poe comes back from the Pit of Despair to get some pearls of wisdom from tough guy author and real-life macho-macho-man: Ernest Hemingway. Featuring Mark Prokes as Ernest Hemingway. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kyle-w-porter/support
This snappy relationship story from Ernest Hemingway has multiple interpretations. We discuss how time has changed how we look at it, Hemingway's distinctive style known as iceberg theory (or writing in negative space) and how very many cats he had.
EPISODE NOTES: I talk a bit about Hemingway. Particularly his book A Moveable Feast. Published in 1964. The closest Ernest Hemingway ever came to writing a memoir was, A Moveable Feast, where he reflected on his time living in Paris🗼 as a struggling writer✍🏻 with his first wife Hadley Richardson and their son, Jack (or ‘Bumby’). I’ve explored many of Hemingway’s works and I simply love this particular book for both his deep exploration of writing and his writing about beloved Hadley –– which he believed to be the one true love of his life. 15 quotes from A Moveable Feast. HOST CONTACT: Don Mast - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram Store - https://www.instagram.com/booksintime/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/donald.mast.10 Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeaderAtWork I shared these 15 Hemingway quotes from a book in my private collection titled, A Moveable Feast, Scribners and Sons publishers, 1964.
The Old Man and the Sea--with guest Chad Daniels!--by Ernest Hemingway
The Book Pile
Comedian Chad Daniels joins Kellen and Dave to discuss his favorite book, The Old Man and the Sea. It's a story of perseverance, purpose, and skill (and fishing). A skilled storyteller himself, Chad brings insights from having read the book every year for the past two decades. Plus he's just hilarious.Check out Chad's podcast Middle of Somewhere, with new episodes every Monday (but start from the beginning, it's the best).
The Snows of Kilimanjaro" by Ernest Hemingway (Adventure, American Literature)
Story Time Podcast
"It came with a rush; not as a rush of water nor of wind; but of a sudden evil-smelling emptiness. . ." A flamboyant, hard-drinking, ruthless, and womanizing world adventurer comes face-to-face with the one antagonist he cannot conquer: his own ignoble and imminent death. . . . Written in 1938, The Snows of Kilimanjaro is a classic distillation of the themes Ernest Hemingway obsessively explored throughout his writing career. When Harry, the central character, goes on safari to "work the fat off his mind," his ambitions are cut short when a terrible accident leaves him facing his ultimate death and weighing the meaning of his life. Hemingway's brilliant prose is given a penetrating and moving reading by Charlton Heston in audio that only deepens in meaning with each listening.