Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway

Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway: A Dialogue on His Life, His Work, and the Myth, is my seventh published book, my fifth non-fiction, and in some ways the one I’m closest to.

I just got my author’s copies yesterday.

You can buy copies directly from the distributor, Square One Books, or you can order from Amazon, or you can go to your local bookstore and ask that they order it. (I’d be grateful if you would.)

Amazon’s website, you know — everyone does. Square One’s website (whre you can also find The Cosmic Internet) is


3 thoughts on “Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway

  1. I’m totally intrigued. I awakened to Hemingway late in life and love his work.
    I’m aware that it is possible to query the data base known as Hemingway and get a response based on the probabilities of this data. if this is where you are coming from with this book, it is quite revolutionary.

    1. Thinking of it as “the data base known as Hemingway” is a more mechanical way of thinking about things than mine. I regard myself as accessing certain aspects of the living mind that was Hemingway. A data base wouldn’t have the emotioanal resonances and interactions we have.

      1. Yes,I understand. The data base would give you the information science-style the way Hemingway would have answered. An intuitive person such as yourself would have the essence of the answer in a different format. We are so unique in our individual interpretation of this reality.I have used both methods. The information is just as valid and accurate either way.
        Very much looking forward to this book!

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