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Book A. E. Hotchner for a Speaking Engagement
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Aaron Edward Hotchner is an American editor, novelist, playwright and biographer who has partnered with Paul Newman for Newman's Own line of products.
He was born in St. Louis and attended Soldan High School. Hotchner graduated from Washington University Law School in 1941, practiced law briefly, then served in the Air Force as a military journalist. After his stint in the armed forces, Hotchner met Ernest Hemingway, and the two spent the next 14 years as close friends. Hotchner is best known for Papa Hemingway, his 1966 biography of Ernest Hemingway, whose work he had adapted for plays and television.
He has earned admiration for giving all profits from a number of ventures with actor Paul Newman (including co-authorship of a cookbook, as well as musical benefits) to support the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and other charities.
King of the Hill is A. E. Hotchner's evocative memoir about growing up in St. Louis during the Great Depression. The book is his point of view as a child growing up in a scary and dangerous world, including events such as when five steers ran loose on the streets. It was made into a movie in 1993, the screenplay written and directed by Steven Soderbergh.
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