If you're interested in finding out more about Cuba or about Ernest Hemingway, there is plenty of information on the Web. We've gathered some of the best sites below:
The Papa Page: One of the most popular Hemingway sites, the Papa Page has everything from a picture album to a detailed biography.
Timeless Hemingway: Rare photos, a quote finder, and a Hemingway monthly trivia contest, all in a wonderfully organized layout.
International Hemingway Festival: Celebrating its third year, this international festival on Sanibel Island honors Papa's memory with writing contests, slideshows, and even a Hemingway kids' camp.
Hemingway Days Festival: Now in its 18th consecutive year, the Hemingway Days Festival celebrates the author's life and work with ten days of writers' workshops, Look-Alike contests and sporting challenges.
The Ernest Hemingway Home Page: A comprehensive collection of essays about the late author's work.
Ernest Hemingway Foundation: Emphasizing his Illinois origins, the Oak Park Foundation provides a detailed look at Hemingway's younger years and the landmarks he left behind.
The Hemingway Workbook:This site presents an encyclopedic look at the writer's life and work, with a copy of his Nobel Prize acceptance speech.
Hemingway Home and Museum: A wealth of information and pictures focusing on his later life in Key West, Florida.
Republic of Cuba Home Page: Providing a wealth of country information, maps, networks, and links, this site should answer most of your Cuba questions.
CyberCuba.com: Obtaining information about Cuba on the Internet was difficult until CyberCuba blazed the trail. Everything from art to real estate can be found here.
Worker's World News Service: A news service devoted to the defense of socialist Cuba.
Cubaweb: The all-inclusive Cuba ortal contains the latest news, travel information, cultural events, and political issues.
Cuba Solidarity Website: This site devoted to Cuban nationalism has a wealth of information on health issues as well as background on the U.S. blockade.
Cuba Net: Presented in multiple languages, Cubanet is primarily a news site with a great archive of historic information.
Brothers to the Rescue: This site is produced by advocates of bringing democracy to Cuba. It provides a photo gallery, a series of news articles, and human rights information.
The Free Cuba Foundation: The foundation is devoted to the prospects of a free market and a limited government in Cuba.
The Cuban Information Archive: Provides source material about Cuban exiles and their struggles, with a wealth of information about contemporary Cuban events.