There will not be an MHS Conference in the Fall of 2012.
See the Current MHS Newsletter for details.
The Michigan Hemingway Society held its 22nd annual weekend conference October 14-16, 2011, at the Odawa Hotel in Petoskey.
Last year’s writing contest “Hemingway's Waters: Exploring the Depths” was a very popular event with a dozen outstanding entries. Congratuations to the winners. (To read the stories click on the title.)
1st Place: The River's Best by Chris Weston
2nd Place: The Water Scrape by Joseph Meany
3rd Place: Rowing by Jerri Gillette
Contest organizers Diane Fox and Susan Lightcap shown with the winners.
Diane Fox, Joe Meany, Chris Weston, Jerri Gillette, Susan Lightcap
Click below for the
2011 FALL CONFERENCE PHOTO GALLERY
Thanks to Art Wagner and Susan Lightcap for these pictures.
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The MHS membership year runs from January through December, and we encourage you to renew your membership at the beginning of each calendar year. However, if you have not yet sent in your 2012 membership dues please do so. Membership is $20 per calendar year for an individual, or $30 per year for a family (two adults at the same address). We also encourage you to support our organization by becoming a patron at $50 or more per year.
Paper, printing, and postage costs increase every year. If you can help us by reading your newsletter online at our website (www.michiganhemingwaysociety.org) so that we can cut back on our mailing costs, please let us know. Contact me (Nancy Nicholson – MHS, Box 922, Petoskey, MI 49770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish your name removed from the mailing list.
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A limited number of these DVD's are still available. The DVD includes Michigan sites of his stories and life, interviews of scholars and family as well as many historical photos. Created by Central Michigan University, Michigan Council for the Humanities, and the Michigan Hemingway Society (a CMU/WCMU-TV/PBS production). To order, please send $25 (includes shipping and handling) to: Nancy Nicholson - P.O. Box 922 - Petoskey, Michigan 49770