On June 29, 2011, Timeless Hemingway was mentioned in a USA Today article titled " 'Papa' Hemingway still casts a long shadow." The article was written by Craig Wilson, who has been a USA Today columnist for over two decades.
Wilson's article explores Hemingway's enduring legacy as a writer and celebrity even as July 2, 2011 marks the 50th anniversary of his death. Wilson writes: "Ernest Hemingway has been called many things. Dull isn't one of them. Four wives, seven novels, six short-story collections and enough booze to float his beloved boat, Pilar. Throw in a few bullfights for good measure." You can read his full article on the USA Today web site.
This is the second time that Timeless Hemingway has been mentioned in USA Today. The first mention was on December 7, 2000 in Sam Vincent Meddis's weekly web site review column.