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Hilary Hemingway (born 1961) is an American author. Many of her earlier published works were co-authored with her husband, Jeff Lindsay. 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.
- Garrett, Craig (March 27, 2014). "Writing duo share thoughts on careers, life in the spotlight". Cape Coral Daily Breeze. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
- 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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