Tag Archive | hemingway

Giving the People What They Want: Hemingway, Fitzgerald

I’m not sure when my blog became the go-to for 1920s era American expatriate writers, but it’s kind of funny. I love to look in from time to time on what brings people to my blog. What searches lead people to your blog? Advertisements

Honey, Reddit Blew Up My Blog

I don’t usually bother checking my blog stats on my WordPress App on┬ádays when I haven’t even posted a new entry, but my email was blowing up with new subscribers, links and comments, so I checked it out: Yes, those are real stats. This little stream of consciousness blog, which averages maybe 50-100 visits per […]

Hemingway Summer

A new post up at Pensive Pelican http://pensivepelican.blogspot.com/

Books on my Pending List

I’m buying this: I went to the Library and took out: The Profiler: My Life Hunting Serial Killers and Psychopaths by Pat Brown Becoming Jimi Hendrix: From Southern Crossroads to Psychedelic London, the Untold Story of a Musical Genius by Brad Schreiber The Garden of Eden by Ernest Hemingway Any questions as to why this […]

Awkward Photojournalism

All the Absurdity that’s fit to print. By popular demand (okay, you got me. It’s just me. I really like doing these) here are more of my Awkward Photojournalism pics from around town: I spotted this at Barnes and Noble. A handly little book for you to write down all your passwords and set next […]

F Scott Fitzgerald Made Ernest Hemingway Look at His Naughty Bits

Seriously. I just finished reading A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. It’s Hemingway’s account of being young and poor and writing in various Paris cafes (FYI, there are no current openings for this. I already checked monster.com, so don’t bother looking). I began reading this book after seeing a review of A Paris Wife by […]