Insider: Great Writers Feed Off Key West's Creative Energy

    By Jodi Mailander Farrell

    When Ernest Hemingway became the first popular author to make Key West his home in the 1930s, he started an unparalleled literary tradition. Per capita, more Pulitzer Prize winners have lived here than any other city. Today, Key West's writers, poets and artists still make the town what it is. You can find inspiration here, or you can just marvel at the way this island's energy has shaped the literary culture of an entire nation.