The Michigan Hemingway Society
has been active since 1983 and was incorporated officially as a non-profit organization in 1993. The group's volunteer energies have been focused ad hoc on such events as its annual Hemingway weekend held in Petoskey, Michigan, each October.

The Michigan Hemingway Society is made up of university professors, writers, high school teachers, fly fishers, journalists, and all kinds of other people who are interested in exploring the life and body of literature created by this Nobel prize-winning author.

Goals and objectives of the group include:

It is a simple matter to be part of this group, to have access to its resources, and to assist in its work. The annual membership funds are used to produce and distribute occasional newsletters as well as to support the goals and objectives listed above.

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