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From July 16-21, Florida’s Key West celebrates Hemingway Days! The festival honors the legacy of author Ernest Hemingway, who spent much of the 1930s living and writing in this island paradise. Events include a look-alike contest, poetry readings, and a three-day marlin tournament. Hemingway’s only novel set in the United States, To Have and Have Not, used Depression-era Key West as the setting.
Writer’s Relief asks: Think you have what it takes to win the look-alike contest? Check out Hemingway Days details here.