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A. E. Hotchner
Born Aaron Edward Hotchner
(1920-06-28) June 28, 1920 (age 96)
St. Louis, Missouri
Nationality American
Education Washington University (A.B.), (J.D.)
Occupation Writer
Spouse(s) Geraldine Mavor (1949-1969; her death)[1]
Ursula Robbins (1970-1995; divorced)[2]
Virginia Kiser (m. 2003)[3][4]

We think of stars as celestial beings. And once in a while, they smile at us from the pages of 'People' magazine.
A. E. Hotchner
When I first wrote 'Papa Hemingway,' there were too many people still alive, and the lawyers for Random House didn't want to OK it. But now all that's been filtered away by the passage of all these people. And having the fortune of surviving, I now feel that I am the custodian of what Ernest wanted the world to know about him and these women.
A. E. Hotchner