John Steinbeck Meets Ernest Hemingway & John O’Hara

“…Hemingway had been at the top of his writing game for many years, but was now beginning to lose his edge.”

Image of Ernest Hemingway — HuffPost

Ernest Hemingway and John Steinbeck met only once, in May 1944, at Tim Costello’s New York Bar and Restaurant on 3rd Avenue. By all accounts it was not a particularly pleasant evening.

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