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Literary Love Triangle: The Making of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

Ernest Hemingway was busy in 1926. He’d just written his first novel, The Sun Also Rises, based on a trip to Spain he’d taken the year before. His new pal F. Scott Fitzgerald loved it, and was wor


The Essential Ernest Hemingway from Biography to Fiction

We’re kicking off our roundup of essential Ernest Hemingway with a brand-new biography that may be the most comprehensive yet.


Writers Are Self-Loathing: 50 Writers on Writers, in Fiction

Author Ben Blatt attests that writers are self-loathing, and has the data to prove it. Here are 50 writers on writers, from Stephen King to Edith Wharton.


New Book Claims Hemingway Was a Soviet Secret Agent

Ernest Hemingway was a Russian spy? This, taking copyright fraud to a new level, and more - all in today's Daily Blunt.


Bad News: Sexism and Racism in Our Language Adopted By A.I.

Machine see, machine do, if this example in the world of A.I. is any indication - and what they're seeing isn't good. This and more in our Daily Blunt.


Meet the Huntresses: 5 Biographies of Adventurous Women

With the release of The Huntress, the biography of fierce newspaperwoman Alicia Patterson, we're taking a look at more biographies of incredible women.