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Media on Writing in Ernest Hemingways Attic

#1 In Teen and Young Adult Baseball and Softball Fiction 

 

Release Oct 30 2024 

WRITING GATSBY RELEASE OCT 1 2022!

"If Somebody Doesn't Make A Movie Out of this Book...There is something wrong with the World."
ALA BOOKLIST STARRED REVIEW

AMERICAN STORIES PODCAST ON WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND THE RACE TO SAVE THE TITANIC

"This book uses the Fort Lauderdale incident as a frame, but its real subject is mass shootings in the U.S. . . . . Hazelgrove is a talented writer, and it is impossible to read this deeply personal, questioning, powerful book without feeling sadness both for the victims of mass shootings but also, perhaps counterintuitively, for the shooters themselves, who might have followed a different course if they had received help when they needed it."
—Booklist

William Hazelgrove is the National Bestselling author of ten novels and twelve nonfiction titles. His books have received starred reviews in Publisher Weekly Kirkus, Booklist, Book of the Month Selections, ALA Editors Choice Awards Junior Library Guild Selections, Literary Guild Selections, History Book Club Selections, History Book Club Bestsellers, Distinguished Book Award. and optioned for the movies. He was the Ernest Hemingway Writer in Residence where he wrote in the attic of Ernest Hemingway’s birthplace. He has written articles and reviews for USA Today, The Smithsonian Magazine, and other publications and has been featured on NPR All Things Considered. The New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, CSPAN, USA Today, World News Tonight have all covered his books with features.  His book Madam President The Secret Presidency of Edith  in development He has two forthcoming books. Dead Air The Night Orson Welles Terrified America, Hemingways Attic Hell and Glory in Cuba and the Writing of Old Man and the Sea