A reading and conversation with Mark Cirino, Author of Hidden Hemingway, with Stephen G. Brown.
Hidden Hemingway: Inside the Ernest Hemingway Archives of Oak Park is part time capsule, part biography of the Nobel Prize-winning author. This hardcover coffee table book features never-before-seen items such as family photos, teenage diaries, bullfighting tickets, love letters — even a dental x-ray. Hidden Hemingway is a chance for a new generation to discover a literary genius and for fans to see him as more than just the larger-than-life myth he created for himself.
Mark Cirino received his PhD at the Graduate Center-CUNY. He is the co-editor of Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory and is the author of Ernest Hemingway: Thought in Action. He serves as the General Editor for Kent State University Press’s ‘Reading Hemingway’ series, for which he wrote the 2016 volume on Across the River and into the Trees.
Stephen G. Brown is a professor in the Department of English at UNLV and is the author of three books: Words in the Wilderness, W. Ross Winterowd Award Winner: Gardens of Desire: Marcel Proust and The Fugitive Sublime and Socrates and Freire.