The Smallest of Entryways (2012) is a collection of nine short stories by Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, the great-granddaughter of Nobel laureate, Ernest Hemingway. The nine stories in The Smallest of Entryways are stories of moments which portray characters on the brink of self-realization and change. The main characters struggle both in their relationships and with addiction in settings that are characters in of themselves.
Cristen Hemingway Jaynes is from Seattle, but has lived in all corners of the United States and in Europe. She is currently working on her second collection of short stories, as well as a novel.