The Great Katharine Hepburn Blogathon Has Finally Arrived!

*I will continue to accept posts throughout this week and add them to the roster, but only posts submitted by midnight of May 12, 2014 will be eligible for the random prize drawing. Thank you for everyone who has participated in this blogathon – you’ve made it AWESOME!
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A big thank you to all the wonderful contributors who have sent in their posts about The Great Katharine Hepburn herself! I feel like it’s MY birthday, being showered with all these wonderful articles!

Just to recap, all entries are due by MIDNIGHT on MONDAY, MAY 12 (Katharine Hepburn’s birthday). More info about the specifics can be found in the announcement post. You may send me the link in the comments below, via this contact form, on Twitter (@MargaretPerryKH) or Facebook. Please include a link back to this post somewhere in your post so that your readers can enjoy more fabulous Katharine Hepburn-related bliss!

Blogathon Blogroll

Backlots: Lara talks about “TWO KATHARINES: The Childhood of Katharine Hepburn and the Shaping of an Icon
Bonjour Tristesse: A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (1932)
Cary Grant Won’t Eat You: Leah gives us “STATE OF THE UNION (1948): the Wish Fulfilment Edition

Cindy Bruchman: “Bette Davis vs. Katharine Hepburn
Cinematically Insane: Will tells us all about “The Man Who Discovered Katharine Hepburn
Critica Retro: Lê (Kisses!) sings us a SONG OF LOVE (1947)
Dear Old Hollywood: Robby has found “Katharine Hepburn’s Hiking Spot

Gingerology: Huey presents his take on STAGE DOOR (1937)
Girls Do Film: Miss Vicki tells us all about “ADAM’S RIB (1949): Katharine Hepburn as Amanda Bonner

GlamAmor: Kimberly dazzles us with “Syle Essentials – Katharine + Adrian Align for 1940’s THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
James Downs gives us “‘Pure Hepburn, and nothing else.’ ‘MARY OF SCOTLAND’ (1936)
L.A. La Land: Fame, Fortune, and Forensics: Meredith talks about “A DELICATE BALANCE: The Enigmatic, Androgynous Power of Katharine Hepburn
Literaturacinemusica: Rosie herself tells us about her adventures on the AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) (TRANSLATE FROM SPANISH)
Martin Turnbull: tells us about “Katharine Hepburn at the Garden of Allah Hotel
Mike’s Take on the Movies: Mike gives us his take on THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951)
The Motion Pictures: Lindsey takes a second look at THE RAINMAKER (1956)
Nothing Is Written: Chris “Groggy Dundee” reviews THE GLASS MENAGERIE (1973)
Once Upon a Screen: Aurora tells us all about “Tracy and Hepburn in DESK SET (1957)

Ramblings of a Cinephile: Marta talks about “Oldies but goldies: SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER (1959)
Silver Scenes: Connie Metzinger reminds us about the lesser-known THE LITTLE MINISTER (1934)
Sister Celluloid: Janet shows us “How ALICE ADAMS (1935) Rescued Katharine Hepburn

The Thrilling Days of Yesteryear thrills us with HOLIDAY (1938)
The Vintage Cameo: Emily gives us a fantastic review of STAGE DOOR (1937)
Virtual Virago: Jennifer discusses “Katharine Hepburn in ROOSTER COGBURN



I have prizes for three lucky participants! Once you have sent me the link to your The Great Katharine Hepburn Blogathon contribution post, I will add your name to a random drawing for one of these fantastically brilliantly amazingly fantabuous books! If your name is drawn, I will be in touch with you via Facebook, Twitter, or email to get your shipping address.

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