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Hemingway Festival 

When: March 2-5 2016
uidaho.edu/class/hemingway/events
The University of Idaho’s Creative Writing Program is hosting its 7th annual Hemingway Festival, offering a plethora of free bookish activities; both observational and participatory. Over the course of four days, this includes readings by accomplished authors, MFA faculty and students, as well as a workshop and seminar. For $85, attendees can relish a six-course Cuban meal during “A Moveable Feast — Havana Nights,” inspired by Hemingway’s Idaho-Cuba connection and his beloved book The Old Man and the Sea. The sun of the festival around which all these events revolve, however, is the annual Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award recipient, Arna Bontemps Hemenway, who reads from his collection of short stories Elegy on Kinderklavier on the final day.

Wed, March 2 through Sat, March 5; times vary • Free • University of Idaho, Moscow • uidaho.edu/class/hemingway • 208-885-6156
— Claire Standaert

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