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Ernest Hemingway Cats, Home Reported Safe Following Hurricane Irma

A piece of literary history is confirmed intact thanks to an update from the Ernest Hemingway house staff in Key West. We've got our eye on this and more.


Great Expeditions: The Top 10 Cities for Literary Travelers

Do you have both wanderlust and a love for literature? These ten breathtaking cities have plenty for book lovers to discover around the world.


Happy Hemingway Days: A Look Back at Ernest Hemingway’s Influences

'Influencing Hemingway: People and Places That Shaped His Life and Work,' a recent book by Nancy W. Sindelar, provides context for the upcoming zaniness of Hemingway Days in Key West, FL.


Midnight Cowboy Author James Leo Herlihy, We’re Getting to Know Ye

Playwright and fiction writer James Leo Herlihy, born on this day in 1927 in Detroit, Michigan, is best remembered for his novel Midnight Cowboy -- and we're starting to get to know so much more worth remembering.


A Conversation with Ayad Akhtar, Pulitzer-Winning Playwright and Novelist

Ayad Akhtar, author of the Pulitzer-winning play Disgraced, joined us for a waterfront conversation this morning over Cuban coffee, following a talk he gave Sunday night at The Studios of Key West.


Step Into the Lush, Eclectic World of New American Cuisine Founder Norman Van Aken

Norman Van Aken, based in Miami and Key West, was once a traveling carnival worker and is now one of the country’s most celebrated chefs. The convergence of creativity, receptivity to experience, and ambition that drove that arc to his life propels his engaging new memoir No Experience Necessary: The Culinary Odyssey of Chef Norman Van Aken.