Hotch at 100

In 2017, to help celebrate  A. E. Hotchner’s centennial birthday, Washington University interviewed the celebrated author and alum about this illustrious life and career. Over the ensuing year, Washington University’s Julian Edison Department of Special Collections has been creating topical segments and posting them to a playlist on the Modern Literature Collection’s YouTube channel and blog. Below are links to the blog posts with the relevant video embedded in each, and with supplemental scans of items from the A. E. Hotchner Papers.

Growing Up in St. Louis

Life at Washington University

Tennessee Williams

Entering World War II

“The Day I Fired Alan Ladd”

Meeting Hemingway

Adapting “The Battler”

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Last Clear Chance

Hemingway’s Adventures of a Young Man

The World of Nick Adams

Legacies