Michigan Hemingway Society

Since 1990, focusing on the Michigan influence in Ernest Hemingway's work,
especially the Nick Adams Stories.
The society holds an annual Hemingway Weekend in Petoskey, MI
each Fall which features speakers, readings, exhibits, and tours
of northern Michigan sites where the Nobel Prize-winning author
spent his boyhood summers.

The Bill and Donna Coté Scholarship to attend the annual fall Michigan Hemingway Society conference is open to graduate, undergraduate and high school students with an interest in the works and life of Ernest Hemingway. It includes full conference registration, overnight accommodations for Friday and Saturday, and meals.

To apply, students must submit a short essay indicating why they would like to attend the conference, a letter of recommendation from an instructor under whom they have studied literature, and contact info for both the applicant and instructor(s). These materials must be sent to the Coté Scholarship at cote.scholarship@michiganhemingwaysociety.org by September 1st.

If you have questions or would like to provide active personal support, contact Jennifer Tianen at info@michiganhemingwaysociety.org for details.


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The Michigan Hemingway Society is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. If you have any questions please send an email to info@michiganhemingwaysociety.org