The Michigan Hemingway Society is privileged
to have several members with published articles
about the role of Michigan in Hemingway's literature.

"River Magic" by Ken Marek
Delivered at the 2011 Michigan Hemingway Conference

 by Michael R. Federspiel
  Wayne State University Press (Painted Turtle), 2012, 200 pp.

   A review of "Picturing Hemingway's Michigan" by Kathy Longcore

"Hemingway in Seney" by Dr. Jack Jobst
Published in Michigan History

"Landscapes Real and Imagined: "Big Two Hearted River" by Dr. Frederic J. Svoboda
published in Hemingway: Up in Michigan Perspectives

 edited by Frederick J. Svoboda and Joseph J. Waldmeir
  East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1995. viii 289 pp.

A review of "Hemingway: Up in Michigan Perspectives." by Thomas K. Meier
   A review of "Hemingway: Up in Michigan Perspectives." by Barbara Lounsberry

"A History of The Michigan Hemingway Society (2006)" by Dr. Joseph J.Waldmeir

"Bill Coté on Irene Gordon, 1994" by Bill Coté

"Why We Celebrate Hemingway" by Dr. Joseph J.Waldmeir
Keynote presented on Hemingway's 100th birth anniversary by MHS founder

"The Things Nick Carried to the Big Two-Hearted River: An Estimate" by Dr. Frederic J. Svoboda
presented at the 1997 Michigan Hemingway Society conference in Petoskey, Michigan

Hemingway in Michigan, Michigan in Hemingway by Dr. Frederic J. Svoboda (.pdf 44.50 MB)
Catalog of 2003 exhibit at the Clarke Historical Library, CMU

Up North with the Hemingways and Nick Adams by Dr. Frederic J. Svoboda (.pdf 30.19 MB)
Catalog of 2007 exhibit for The Great Michigan Read

Up North with the Hemingways by Mike Federspiel
Published in Michigan History

Hemingway in Michigan: A Driving Tour by Ken Marek (.pdf 54.79 MB)

Letter From America by Frank Hursley
Originally published in the Journal of the Flyfishers' Club, London, England

Nada Knot by John Sanford (.pdf 10KB)
Presented at the MHS Fall Conference 10/22/1995

Hemingway's Bay View by Mary Jane Doerr (.pdf 503KB)
From The Hemingway Project by Allie Baker

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