Review: Michael Palin’s Hemingway Adventure (1999)

For a long time I’ve wanted to start adding information to the site related to Lost Generation documentaries, bio pics, and movies based on their works. I’m happy to say that day is finally here and we’ll start out with a slightly different take on a documentary courtesy of Monty Python alum, author, and constantContinue reading “Review: Michael Palin’s Hemingway Adventure (1999)”

Rare footage of F. Scott Fitzgerald

With the all pervasiveness of cameras everywhere we go these days, it can be easy to forget that it’s a very modern phenomenon. 100 years ago you could walk around any street and not worry about cameras filming your every move. Obviously there have been some benefits to this, but for me I’d rather returnContinue reading “Rare footage of F. Scott Fitzgerald”

Original recordings of Gertrude Stein reading her work

Welcome to the weekend everybody, we made it. Today I want to continue our series of Lost Generation authors reading their own work with perhaps the greatest taste-maker of the 1920s, Gertrude Stein. Most famous today for her salon in Paris during the 1920s where she welcomed the greatest of the artistic and literary worlds,Continue reading “Original recordings of Gertrude Stein reading her work”

The hub of the Lost Generation on the Internet

Okay, well, not quite. Not yet, at least. That’s the goal of this site though, and although it’s a lofty one to take on, it’s one that I feel is worthwhile. There’s great info out there but in my research I couldn’t find one website dedicated solely to all things Lost Generation. There are manyContinue reading “The hub of the Lost Generation on the Internet”