"You should only read what is truly good or what is frankly bad."
Written a year before Hemingway's suicide in 1961. A Moveable Feast covers the five years he spent in Paris from 1921-26. I would recommend the un-"Restored" edition. In the "Restored" edition, Hemingway's grandson reworks chapters of the original to paint his grandmother in a better light. The Fitzgerald chapters are among my favorites.
Join us as we celebrate the premiere of Los Angeles' new quarterly literary magazine, Slake! Founded by former LA Weekly editors Joe
Donnelly and Laurie Ochoa, Slake proves that print isn't dead by offering a beautiful, collectible volume of art, writing, and photography. Some of LA's finest authors and artists are included in the first issue, and five of them will be here to help us launch it: Jervey Tervalon, Michelle Huneven, Jerry Stahl, Jonathan Gold, and Erica Zora Wrightson will all be speaking about their contributions.