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Craig McDonald/Hector Lassiter
Author & protagonist of internationally praised & bestselling Hector Lassiter novels. Decades-long isolate & social-distancing practitioner: AKA, a writer.
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Hemingway Society Dec 1
The latest episode of is available! This episode features Sandra Spanier and Miriam B. Mandel as they talk about the fifth volume of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, covering the years 1932 to 1934.
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Hidden Hemingway Nov 26
“often cast with his favored Hardy St. George reel, a trout rig antique by today’s standards. The new Hemingway fly reel, a “ventilated” model, is made of silver anodized aluminum....”
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Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving! As we reflect on what has been a difficult year, there remains much to be thankful for. We are so grateful to our guests, volunteers, members, and to those who have donated to our foundation. Your continued support means everything. Stay healthy and well!
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Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park Nov 25
Book a virtual tour with us and help us continue our many community outreach programs that support current and future artists. Link:
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Craig McDonald/Hector Lassiter Nov 22
Been there with the show since launch so have waited a few days to let the finale settle before a verdict. I feel now as I did on first viewing. A rare few series stick their landing. Supernatural decidedly did not. A gross artistic and arc-proper miscalculation.
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Thurber House Nov 14
⚠️ Friends, Thurber House critically needs your help to continue operating. ⚠️ ❤️ Read our full message and donate: ❤️ __________
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Hemingway Society Nov 9
The latest episode of is available!
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Hidden Hemingway Nov 9
While awaiting production to start on his new movie, based on 's novel "Across the River and into the Trees," gets to know Venice.
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1truepod Nov 9
One True Podcast welcomes the always entertaining Robert K. Elder to discuss his new book Hemingway in Comics. Enjoy!
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Craig McDonald/Hector Lassiter Nov 8
Replying to @EllroyReader
No skullduggery here. It was a legit interview. But now you've put that Duane Tucker notion in my head...
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Steven Powell Nov 8
Great deep dive interview with author Craig McDonald about the incomparable series. Not sure who the interviewer is. Possibly Duane Tucker?
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Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park Nov 6
A wonderful interview with WGN9 showcasing the beauty and appeal of the Hemingway Birthplace Museum
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Steven Powell Oct 31
There's a great line in this book. 'The whole world's writing novels, but nobody's reading them'. Now is the time to buy novels, or any other type of book. Bibliotherapy is good for you all year round, and especially in lockdown. And thousands of people's jobs depend on it.
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Hidden Hemingway Nov 5
The great on One True Podcast, talking about ’s short story "Soldier's Home."
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Arizona Doc Con Nov 1
Artist Walter Baumhofer was born on this date (Nov. 1) in 1904.
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Craig McDonald/Hector Lassiter Oct 31
In so many photos and interviews, Sean Connery's love of reading and the way it shaped and informed his life is stressed by the man himself:
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Betimes Books Oct 30
Just posted a photo
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Craig McDonald/Hector Lassiter Oct 30
On Oct. 30, 1938, from the CBS broadcasting studio, Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre scared the hell out of the world with his "Panic Broadcast" depicted in my novel, THE GREAT PRETENDER via
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1truepod Oct 28
Legendary Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company begs for help in pandemic
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Pulpfest Oct 26
Happy Halloween from everyone here at PulpFest! Stop by to see what sort of tricks and treats the convention is planning. You'll learn more about our 2021 theme, "Love in the Shadows," and some of the topics we'll be exploring leading up to PulpFest 2021.
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