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Hilary Hemingway (born 1961) is an American author and wife to author Jeff Lindsay and daughter of Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's brother. In many of her earlier published works she is included as Lindsay's co-author. She is also an award-winning screenwriter and has worked for studios such as Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures. She has also written for Interview Magazine, the Miami Herald, and Harper's Bazaar. She has been a producer for Fox News television and a documentary producer/director for Public Broadcast Stations .
In 2009, Hemingway co-wrote a feature screenplay with actor/director Andy Garcia, entitled Hemingway & Fuentes; it follows Ernest Hemingway's friendship with Cuban Captain Gregorio Fuentes during the last ten years Ernest spent on the island of Cuba. The film is being produced by CineSon Productions. (Hollywood Reporter)
- Hemingway, Hilary; Jeffry P Lindsay (1995). Dreamchild. New York: Forge. pp. 319 p. ISBN 978-0-312-85631-1. OCLC: 31605451.
- Dorn, Michael; Hilary Hemingway; Jeffry P Lindsay (1997). Time blender. New York: HarperPrism. pp. 276 p. ISBN 978-0-06-105682-6. OCLC: 37498886.
- Hemingway, Hilary; Jeffry P Lindsay (2000). Hunting with Hemingway. New York: Riverhead Books. pp. 316 p. ISBN 978-1-57322-159-7. OCLC: 43790898.
- Hemingway, Hilary; Carlene Brennen (2003). Hemingway in Cuba. New York: Rugged Land. pp. 146 p. ISBN 978-1-59071-010-4. OCLC: 52180397.
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