Category: Writers

  • Martha Gellhorn: Not Just the Wife of Ernest Hemingway

    An undaunted spirit, she travelled to war zones alone with money tucked in her boots and forged letters written to imaginary boyfriends to get through security personnel manning battlefields – often after being stripped of her credentials. Ditching objectivity which was the guiding principle of war journalism – a male bastion, she wrote about the people she encountered in the war torn areas.