Edward Hemingway is a children’s book author and artist. He has written and illustrated the picture books “Bump in the Night”, “Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship”, and “Bad Apple’s Perfect Day” for G.P. Putnam & Sons. He is the illustrator of the books, “Hemingway & Bailey’s Bartending Guide to Great American Writers”, “Of All the Gin Joints; Stumbling Through Hollywood History”, “Nine Irish Lives: The Thinkers, Fighters, and Artists Who Helped Build America”, and the children’s book “Tiny Pie”, all four written by his good friend Mark Bailey. His more recent books for kids include "Field Guide to the Grumpasaurus" for HMH, "Tough Cookie: A Christmas Story", and "My Miserable Life", (written by Francesca Lia Block) for Christy Ottaviano Books at Henry Holt. His next picture book with Christy Ottaviano Books is titled “Pigeon and Cat”.
Hemingway has done feature writing for GQ Magazine, written comics for Nickelodeon, and has had his illustrations featured in the New York Times, Abercrombie & Fitch Quarterly, and Nickelodeon Magazine, among others. A graduate of RISD with a master’s degree from SVA, Hemingway has been a guest on NPR’s Morning Edition, and his art has been showcased in American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators Original Art Show in New York City, La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, and at the Brooklyn Public Library. Before moving to Montana in 2018, Hemingway taught creative writing at the master’s level at the School of Visual Arts in New York City for four years. He also happens to be the youngest grandson of Nobel Prize recipient Ernest Hemingway.
You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Edward is represented by Paul Rodeen at Rodeen Literary.