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F.  Scott  Fitzgerald
[1896-1940]

here on page 1:

short profile

collections
novels
short stories
other works

Kindle Editions

Zelda Fitzgerald
other family & friends

links

                F. Scott Fitzgerald [1896-1940] at his desk, circa 1922                  on page 2:

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movies & TV

plays, other media

works about
F. Scott Fitzgerald

image gallery

Scott & Zelda's homes


“You don't write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say.”

On the 1920s: “The parties were bigger. The pace was faster, the shows were broader, the buildings were higher,
the morals were looser, and the liquor was cheaper.” – in "The Great Gatsby" [1925]

“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.”

“There are all kinds of love in this world but never the same love twice.”

“Sometimes it is harder to deprive oneself of a pain than of a pleasure.”

— F. Scott Fitzgerald


     B I O
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attended Princeton University in New Jersey from 1913 to 1917 but dropped out to join the Army and fight in World War I; he never graduated.

1925 April 10: Publication of Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby"

While Zelda was a patient at the Henry Phipps Clinic in Maryland, she finished her autobiographical novel, Save Me the Waltz, published in 1932.

F. Scott Fitzgerald entry at Wikipedia
browse F. Scott Fitzgerald Store at Amazon
browse F. Scott Fitzgerald audio at Amazon
browse F. Scott Fitzgerald DVDs at Amazon


Collections  &  Companions

6-volume Bodley Head Scott Fitzgerald edited by Malcolm Cowley   "The Bodley Head Scott Fitzgerald" in six volumes [1958]
Edited by Malcolm Cowley, with an Introduction by J.B. Priestley

Volume 1 contains "Gatsby" & "Last Tycoon" & four stories; Volume 2 is "Tender"; Volume 3 is "Paradise" & stories; Volume 4 is "Beautiful & Damned" & two stories; Volumes 5 & 6 are stories
Volume 1: Bodley Head 7½x4¾ hardcover [1963] out of print/used
Volume 2: Bodley Head hardcover [12/64] out of print/used
Volume 3: Bodley Head 7½x4¾ hardcover [12/65] out of print/used
Volume 3: Bodley Head hardcover [1960] out of print/used
Volume 3: Bodley Head hardcover [1960] out of print/used
Volume 4: Bodley Head hardcover [12/61] out of print/used
Volume 4: Bodley Head hardcover [1966] out of print/used
Volume 5: Bodley Head 7½x5 hardcover [12/63] out of print/used
Volume 6: Bodley Head hardcover [12/63] out of print/used

The Fitzgerald Reader   "The Fitzgerald Reader: A Collection of His Finest Work" [1963]
Edited by Arthur Mizener

Scribner mass pb [7/78] out of print/used
Scribner mass pb [6/63] out of print/used
Scribner mass pb [1/63] out of print/many used
Scribner mass pb [1/63] out of print/used
Readings On F. Scott Fitzgerald book edited by Katie De Koster  "Readings On F. Scott Fitzgerald (Literary Companion Series)" [1997]
Edited by Katie De Koster

Greenhaven Press 8½x5¼ pb [6/97] out of print/used
Greenhaven Press 8¾x5¾ hardcover [9/97] out of print/used
Library of America F. Scott Fitzgerald  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories, 1920-1922" [2000]
Edited by Jackson R. Bryer

Kindle Edition from Library of America [2000 edition] for $17.99
Library of America 8¼x5¼ hardcover [8/2000] for $25.48
includes novels "This Side of Paradise" [1920] & "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922], and short story collections "Flappers and Philosophers" [8 stories 1920] & "Tales of The Jazz Age" [11 stories 1922]
rights must be very tightly controlled by the family/estate/publishers because Library of America has no volume of the later books
F. Scott Fitzgerald Companion book by Book of the Month Club  
"An F. Scott Fitzgerald Companion" [2000]
Book of the Month Club 8½x5½ pb [2000] out of print/used
contributors include John Peale Bishop, John Dos Passos, Sheilah Graham, Ernest Hemingway, Alfred Kazin, John Chapin Mosher, Frances Kroll Ring, Budd Schulberg, and Amar Shah
Cambridge Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald book edited by Ruth Prigozy  "The Cambridge Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald" [2001] Edited by Ruth Prigozy
Kindle Edition from Cambridge Univ Press [2001 edition] for $18.20
Cambridge Univ Press 9x6 pb [11/2001] for $34.99
Cambridge Univ Press 9x6 hardcover [11/2001] for $115.00 {sic}
F. Scott Fitzgerald Quartet in Kindle format from PageTurner   "F. Scott Fitzgerald Quartet" for Kindle [2005]
Kindle Edition from PageTurner [2005 edition] for $5.99
Same public domain contents as the LoA edition above, but with no editor named and no connection to Library of America; includes novels "This Side of Paradise" [1920] & "The Beautiful and Damned"
[1922], and short story collections "Flappers and Philosophers" [1920] & "Tales of The Jazz Age" [1922] - total 19 short stories
Cambridge Introduction to F. Scott Fitzgerald book by Kirk Curnutt  "The Cambridge Introduction To F. Scott Fitzgerald" [2007]
by Kirk Curnutt

Kindle Edition from Cambridge Univ Press [2007 edition] for $14.40
Cambridge Univ Press 9x6 pb [3/2007] for $29.99
Cambridge Univ Press 9x6 hardcover [3/2007] for $93.70 {sic}
The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Kindle format from Palmera Publng  "The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald: 45 Short Stories and Novels" for Kindle [2012]
Kindle Edition from Palmera Publng [7/2012] for $2.99 {sic}
CreateSpace 10x7 pb [7/2012] for $24.99
contains two novels – "This Side of Paradise" [1920] and "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922]
– and 43 short stories


Fitzgerald's  Novels
browse F. Scott Fitzgerald Store at Amazon

F. Scott Fitzgerald Complete Novels in Kindle format from Amazon Media EU  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Novels" for Kindle [2013]
Kindle Edition from e-artnow/Amazon Media EU [11/2013] for £1.19 at Amazon U.K.
"This Side of Paradise" [1920], "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922],
"The Great Gatsby" [1925], "Tender Is The Night" [1934], and
"The Love of The Last Tycoon" [1993]
F. Scott Fitzgerald Complete Novels in Kindle format from Centaur Classics  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Novels" for Kindle [2016]
Kindle Edition from Centaur Classics [5/2016] for $1.99 {sic}
"This Side of Paradise" [1920], "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922],
"The Great Gatsby" [1925], "Tender Is The Night" [1934], and
"The Last Tycoon" [1941]

"This  Side  of  Paradise"  [Scribner 1920]

"The  Beautiful  and  Damned"  [Scribner 1922]

    listed #46 on 'The 100 Books of the Century' poll conducted by France's Le Monde newspaper in  1999  BLUE CHECK: listed #38 on U.K. Telegraph Best 100  Novels (8/2014)  RED CHECK: listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Novels (10/2005)  GREEN CHECK: listed on Goodread Readers Picks '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  BLACK CHECK: listed on Amazon's '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  "The  Great  Gatsby"  [Scribner 1925]
Fitzgerald's third novel was published 10 April 1925, to positive reviews but poor initial sales. Bootlegger Jay Gatsby buys a mansion in West Egg, Long Island
and hosts a string of lavish parties that fascinate his neighbor Nick Carroway (the narrator); Jay's one-time love Daisy is now married to wealthy Tom Buchanan,
and she and Jay consider rekindling their affair; when Daisy drives a car over Tom's mistress, she asks Jay for help . . .

more details (synopses, movies, stageplays, books & ebooks, links, merchandise) on Spirit of America Bookstore's
"The Great Gatsby" 1925 Novel & Movies Page

"Tender  Is  The  Night"  [Scribner 1934]
published by Charles Scribner's Sons on 12 April 1934, after serialization in Scribner's Magazine

"The  Last  Tycoon"  [Scribner 1941]
When Fitzgerald died in December 1940, his fifth novel, entitled "The Loves of The Last Tycoon: A Western", was unfinished. Critic Edmund Wilson made all sorts of changes and the book was published posthumously in 1941. After several b&w network TV productions, director Elia Kazan made a color feature film in 1976 starring Robert De Niro & Robert Mitchum. Fitzgerald scholar Matthew J. Bruccoli got permission from the Fitzgerald Estate to re-edit the original unfinished manuscript and notes, producing a book supposedly fulfilling Fitzgerald's intent, which was published in 1993.

more details (synopsis, movies, stageplays, books & ebooks, links, merchandise) on Spirit of America Bookstore's
"The Last Tycoon" 1941/1993 Novel & Movies Page

"The Last Tycoon" web movie [Amazon Studios June 2016]  4/2016
'The Last Tycoon' Amazon Studios 2016 web movie  Announced 5/2016: Amazon Studios has completed the hour-long drama "The Last Tycoon" with TriStar Television; co-produced, written & directed by Billy Ray, based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final work; starring Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins; scheduled to debut in 4K Ultra HD and HDR on June 17 exclusively on Amazon Video in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria & Japan
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • credits at IMDb


Fitzgerald's  Stories
There are 160 stories in the Fitzgerald 'canon'; Malcolm Cowley selected 28 for his 1951 collection;
the 1989 collection by Fitzgerald scholar Bruccoli offers 43 stories.

"May Day" novelette [Smart Set Magazine July 1920]
info & text at University of South Carolina

"Flappers and Philosophers" [8 stories 1920]

"Tales of The Jazz Age" [11 stories 1922]

"All The Sad Young Men" [stories 1926]

"Taps At Reveille" [stories 1935]

"Thank You For The Light" short story [1936]
first published in the 6 August 2012 issue of The New Yorker Magazine

collection edited by Malcolm Cowley [28 stories; 1951]

"The Pat Hobby Stories" [stories 1962]
"Fitzgerald's Pat Hobby stories [are] the best satire of the Silent Era." per David freeman, LATRvwBks
http://www.amazon.com/Histoires-Hobby-Francis-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/2707140864/

"Babylon Revisited and Other Stories, 1920-1937" [stories 1965]

"The Basil and Josephine Stories, 1928-1931" [14 stories 1973]

"Bits of Paradise: 21 New Stories" [1973]
http://www.amazon.com/Bits-Paradise-21-New-Stories/dp/0370014944/

"The Price Was High: The Last Uncollected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald" [1979]

Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald collection edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli  "The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A New Collection" [43 stories; 1989]
Edited & with a Preface by Matthew J. Bruccoli

Scribner 8x5¼ pb [9/95] for $18.31
Scribner 9½x6½ hardcover [4/98] for $29.52
Scribner 9½x6½ hardcover [9/89] out of print/many used

Before Gatsby / First Twenty-Six Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald collection edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli  "Before Gatsby: The First Twenty-Six Stories" [2001]
Edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, with Judith S. Baughman

includes "Babes In The Woods", "Benediction", "Bernice Bobs Her Hair", "The Camel's Back", "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", "The Cut-Glass Bowl", "Dalyrimple Goes Wrong", "The Débutante (A One-Act Play)", "The Diamond As Big As The Ritz", "The Four Fists", "Head and Shoulders", "His Russet Witch", "The Ice Palace", "The Jelly-Bean", "Jemina, The Mountain Girl", "The Lees of Happiness", "May Day", "Mr. Icky: The Quintessence of Quaintness In One Act", "Myra Meets His Family", "The Offshore Pirate", "The Popular Girl", "Porcelain and Pink (A One-Act Play)", "The Smilers", "Tarquin of Cheapside", "Two For A Cent", and "Winter Dreams" 'Substantive emendations and explanatory notes follow each story'
Univ South Carolina Press pb [5/2001] for $22.30

St. Paul Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald collection edited by Dave Page  "The St. Paul Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald" [2004]
Edited by Dave Page, Introduction by Patricia Hampl

contains 14 pieces: Babes In The Woods, The Camel's Back, Bernice Bobs Her Hair, The Ice Palace, Winter Dreams, A Short Trip Home, The Scandal Detectives, A Night At The Fair, He Thinks He's Wonderful, The Captured Shadow, Forging Ahead, At Your Age, A Freeze-Out, and A Letter From Zelda Fitzgerald
Minnesota Historical Society Press 9x6 pb [9/2004] for $19.95
Best Early Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald  "The Best Early Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald" [10 stories; 2005]
Edited by Bryant Mangum, Foreword by Roxana Robinson

includes "Absolution", "Benediction", "Bernice Bobs Her Hair", "The Diamond As Big As The Ritz", "Head and Shoulders", "The Ice Palace", "The Jelly Bean", "May Day", "The Offshore Pirate", and "Winter Dreams"
Kindle Edition from Modern Library/Random House [12/2007] for $2.99 {sic}
Modern Library 8x5 pb [11/2005] for $9.95
Gatsby Girls short story collection by F. Scott Fitzgerald  "F. Scott Fitzgerald's Gatsby Girls" [8 stories; 2013] Edited by Carol Monroe
Short stories from The Saturday Evening Post with the original illustrations, cover art, and reproductions of the actual pages of the Post, plus a 'fascinating introduction by the Post's historian'. The eight stories are: "Head and Shoulders"; "Myra Meets His Family"; "The Camel's Back"; "Bernice Bobs Her Hair"; "The Ice Palace"; "The Off-Shore Pirate", and "The Popular Girl, Parts 1 & 2"
Kindle Edition from BroadLit [5/2013] for $7.49
BroadLit 8½x5½ pb [5/2013] for $10.44

The I.O.U.  "The I.O.U." short story [2017]  2/2017
by F. Scott Fitzgerald

A previously-unpublished short story from 1920, first
published in The New Yorker Magazine in March 2017

read full text at The New Yorker website


Other  Works  by  F.  Scott  Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald's credits at Internet Broadway Database

F. Scott Fitzgerald / The Crack Up  "The Crack Up" [1945] by F. Scott Fitzgerald, edited by Edmund Wilson
A posthumous collection of Fitzgerald's unpublished sketches, notebooks, letters & doggerel
New Directions Publng 8x5¼ pb [9/93] for $11.16
W.W. Norton 8x5¼ pb [2/64] out of print/used
New Directions Publng hardcover [1/1945] out of print/used
Afternoon of An Author   "Afternoon of An Author: A Selection of Uncollected Stories & Essays by F. Scott Fitzgerald" [1955] Edited by Arthur Mizener
Collier/Macmillan mass pb [7/87] out of print/used
Scribner hardcover [1/1957] out of print/used
Scribner hardcover [1/1955] out of print/used

"The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald" [1963] Edited by Andrew Turnbull
http://www.amazon.com/LETTERS-FITZGERALD-Edited-Introduction-Turnbull/dp/B000MZC2EA/

"The Apprentice Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald: 1909-1917" [1965]
13 stories and two one-act plays that Fitzgerald wrote between the ages of 13 & 21

French-language 'F. Scott Fitzgerald On Writing' book edited by Larry W. Phillips   "F. Scott Fitzgerald On Writing" [1986]
Edited by Larry W. Phillips

Scribner 7x5¼ hardcover [2/86] out of print/many used
"F. Scott Fitzgerald De l'Écriture (On Writing)" [1999]
Textes Réunis et Presentés par Larry W. Phillips, Preface de Franz-Olivier Giesbert

Editions Complexe French-language mass pb [1/99] import/used

"Fitzgerald: My Lost City - Personal Essays, 1920-1940 by F. Scott Fitzgerald" [10/2005]
Edited? by James L.W. West III 0521402395/

http://www.amazon.com/Short-Autobiography-F-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/143919906X/

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Stageplays  &  Screenplays  by  F.  Scott  Fitzgerald

St. Paul Plays of F. Scott Fitzgerald collection edited by Alan Margolies  "F. Scott Fitzgerald's St. Paul Plays, 1911-1914" [1978]
Edited by & Introduction by Alan Margolies

contains 4 stageplays: "The Girl From Lazy J", "The Captured Shadow" (publd 1928),
"Coward", and "Assorted Spirits" - plus a 'textual apparatus'

Princeton Univ Library 9x6 pb [7/78] out of print/used
'Fie! Fie! Fi-Fi!: A Musical Comedy' facsimile acting script & musical score  "Fie! Fie! Fi-Fi!: A Musical Comedy In Two Acts" [1914]
Presented by the Princeton University Triangle Club; book and lyrics by F. Scott Fitzgerald; music by D.D. Griffin,'15, A.L. Booth '15, and P.B. Dickey '17; a facsimile of the 1914 acting script & musical score with illustrations from the original production; edited & with introduction by Matthew J. Bruccolli
Univ South Carolina Press 11x8 hardcover [9/96] out of print/used
The Vegetable 1923 playscript by F. Scott Fitzgerald  stageplay "The Vegetable: or, From President To Postman" [Scribners 1923]
No kidding: Tom the tomato is looking for love, but he has no interest in any of the tomatoes within his own garden, so he heads out to other gardens to find his one true love. On his journeys, he finds new friends, including Joe the Pig and Larry Lechuga ('the lettuce'). One lucky farmer comes across all three together and makes a delectable B.L.T. sandwich.stageplay entry at Wikipedia
Scribner Classic mass pb [8/76] out of print/used
Charles Scribner's Sons 7¾x5¼ pb [8/76] out of print/many used
Charles Scribner's Sons hardcover [1923] out of print/used

"Porcelain and Pink" one-act play [publd 1920]
http://www.amazon.com/Porcelain-Annotated-Francis-Scott-Fitzgerald-ebook/dp/B00BHIPRWU/
http://www.amazon.com/Porcelain-Pink-F-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/1532943172/

"Mr. Icky" one-act play [publd 1922]
http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Icky-F-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/1495412830/

unproduced screenplay "Lipstick" for United Artists (1927)

"The Captured Shadow" (publd 1928)
"Coward" []
"Shadow Laurels" []
"Assorted Spirits" []

"Red-Headed Woman" [M.G.M. June 1932] /tt0023385/ starring Jean Harlow [1911-37]
The screenplay submitted in 1931 by Scott Fitzgerald to M.G.M. was rejected by producer Irving Thalberg, who thought that the script
took the story too seriously; Thalberg brought in Anita Loos to do a complete rewrite with a lighter, more comical tone.

"Send Me In, Coach" [?? one-act stageplay, 1936 magazine story]
online playscript (in English) at Narod Russian website
1936 story version in GQ Magazine online {requires signup}

unproduced screenplay "Infidelity" for M.G.M. (1938)
'Infidelity' mss archive at University of South Carolina

"Marie Antoinette" [M.G.M. July 1938] /tt0030418/
script credited to Claudine West, Donald Ogden Stewart & Ernest Vajda; starring Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power & John Barrymore - Fitzgerald's work was 'not used'

unproduced screenplay "Air Raid" for Paramount (1939)

unproduced project "Open The Door" for Universal (1939) - Fitzgerald was paid for one week's work

"The Women" [M.G.M. Sept 1939] /tt0032143/
Directed by George Cukor [1899-1983]; based on the play by Clare Boothe Luce; starring Norma Shearer,
Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard - Fitzgerald's work was 'not used'

unproduced screenplay "Cosmopolitan" (aka 'Babylon Revisited') for Columbia Pictures (1940)

unproduced "Brooklyn Bridge" project for 20th Century-Fox (1940) - Fitzgerald's assignment unknown

"Life Begins At Eight-Thirty" [Fox Dec 1942] /tt0034976/
Adaptation by Nunnally Johnson, based on the Emlyn Williams stageplay - Fitzgerald's work was 'not used'

"Madame Curie" [M.G.M. Dec 1943] /tt0036126/
Directed by Mervyn LeRoy; starring Greer Garson & Walter Pidgeon - Fitzgerald's 1938 script was 'not used'


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F. Scott Fitzgerald Complete Short Stories in Kindle format Volume 1 from Scribner  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Short Stories, Essays, and A Play - Volume 1, 1916-1927" for Kindle [2004]
Kindle Edition from Simon & Schuster Digital Sales [2004 edition] for $16.99
includes stageplay "The Vegetable" [1923], 38 short stories, and essays by: Scottie Fitzgerald Smith & another by Frances Fitzgerald Lanahan; Matthew J. Bruccoli, Malcolm Cowley, Arthur Mizener, Charles Scribner III, and James L.W. West III
F. Scott Fitzgerald Complete Short Stories in Kindle format Volume 2 from Scribner  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Short Stories and Essays - Volume 2, 1928-1940" for Kindle [2004]
Kindle Edition from Simon & Schuster Digital Sales [2004 edition] for $16.99
includes 74 short stories, and essays by: Scottie Fitzgerald Smith & another by Frances Fitzgerald Lanahan; Matthew J. Bruccoli, Jackson R. Bryer & John Kuehl, Malcolm Cowley, Arnold Gingrich, Arthur Mizener, Charles Scribner III, and James L.W. West III
The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Kindle format from Palmera Publng  "The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald: 45 Short Stories and Novels" for Kindle [2012]
Kindle Edition from Palmera Publng [7/2012] for $2.99 {sic}
CreateSpace 10x7 pb [7/2012] for $24.99
contains 43 short stories and two novels: "This Side of Paradise" [1920] and "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922]
Collected Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Kindle format  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: Collected Works (45 Short Stories and Novels)" [2013]
Kindle Edition from e-artnow/Amazon Digital Services [1/2013] for $0.00
contains 43 short stories and two novels: "This Side of Paradise" [1920] and "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922]
The Complete Books of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Kindle format  "The Complete Books of F. Scott Fitzgerald" for Kindle [2014]
Good idea – four novels and four story collections – and nice cover,
BUT removed from Amazon, possibly due to copyright violations
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories, 1920-1922 in Kindle format from Heritage Publng  "F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories, 1920-1922" for Kindle [2014]
Kindle Edition from Heritage Publng [6/2014] for $1.99 {sic}
contains 19 short stories and two novels: "This Side of Paradise" [1920 first novel], "Flappers and Philosophers" [8 stories 1920], "The Beautiful and Damned" [1922 novel], and "Tales of The Jazz Age" [11 stories 1922]


Zelda  Sayre  Fitzgerald  [1900-48]
“Mr. Fitzgerald is a novelist and Mrs. Fitzgerald is a novelty.” — Ring Lardner [1885-1933]

Zelda Fitzgerald during ballet photo shoot  "I married the heroine of my stories." — F. Scott Fitzgerald

born in Montgomery, Alabama in July 1900; married Scott Fitzgerald in 1920; daughter
born 1921; hospitalized in 1936; widowed in 1940; died in hospital fire in 1948
Zelda Fitzgerald [1900-48] entry at Wikipedia
movie & TV credits for character 'Zelda Fitzgerald' at IMDb

Zelda Fitzgerald biography by Nancy Milford  "Zelda: A Biography" [1983] by Nancy Milford
Kindle Edition from HarperPerennial [4/2013] for $0.00
Avon mass pb [1971] out of print/40+ used
HarperPerennial 8x5¼ pb [11/2011] for $13.93
HarperPerennial 8x5¼ pb [9/2001] out of print/70+ used
HarperPerennial pb [9/2001] out of print/used
Harper & Row 8¾x6 hardcover [1970] out of print/many used
Harper & Row 9x6½ hardcover [1970] out of print/40+ used
Zelda TV movie color photo  "Zelda" TV movie [Tanner Pictures Nov 1993]
The life of Zelda, wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, was a golden tale and yet unraveled and ended in tragedy. Exec-produced by Robert Greenwald; directed by Pat O'Connor; starring Natasha Richardson {as Zelda}, Timothy Hutton {as Scott} • video/DVD not available • full credits from IMDb
Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald biography by Linda Wagner-Martin  "Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald: An American Woman's Life" [2004]
by Linda Wagner-Martin

Palgrave Macmillan 8½x5½ hardcover [11/2004] out of print/40+ used
Palgrave Macmillan 8½x5½ hardcover [11/2004] out of print/used
Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald book by Therese Anne Fowler  "Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald" [2013] by Therese Anne Fowler
Kindle Edition from St. Martin/Macmillan [3/2013] for $10.99
Two Roads 9x6 pb [2/2013] out of print/used
St. Martin's Press 9½x6½ hardcover [3/2013] for $15.62
author's website
Superzelda graphic novel biography book by Tiziana Lo Porto & Daniele Marotta   "Superzelda: The Graphic Life of Zelda Fitzgerald" graphic novel biography [2013]
by Tiziana Lo Porto, Illustrated by Daniele Marotta

One Peace Books pb [3/2013] for $16.95
Guests on Earth novel about Zelda Fitzgerald by Lee Smith  "Guests On Earth: A Novel" [2013] by Lee Smith
Orphaned 13-year-old Evalina Toussaint is institutionalized in 1936 at the Highland Hospital women's psychiatric facility in Asheville, North Carolina and falls under the spell of flamboyant Zelda Fitzgerald (wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald) who was an actual patient in the hospital.
Kindle Edition from Shannon Ravenel/Algonquin [10/2013] for $8.48
Shannon Ravenel/Algonquin 8¼x5½ pb [5/2014] for $9.34
Shannon Ravenel/Algonquin 9¼x6¼ hardcover [10/2013] for $17.56
'Z: The Beginning of Everything' webseries on Amazon Studios  "Z: The Beginning of Everything" [Amazon Studios 2015]
Filmed in Savannah, Georgia; only the half-hour pilot episode was broadcast on Amazon Studios (in November 2015) with the further nine episodes scheduled for sometime in 2016. Directed by Tim Blake Nelson; based on the novel by Therese Anne Fowler; co-produced by & starring Christina Ricci {as Zelda}; also starring Gavin Stenhouse {as Scott}, David Strathairn
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • series credits at IMDbwebseries entry at Wikipedia

"Call Me Zelda" [] by Erika Robuck
http://www.amazon.com/Call-Me-Zelda-Erika-Robuck/dp/045123992X/

http://www.amazon.com/Save-Me-Waltz-Zelda-Fitzgerald/dp/0099286556/
http://www.amazon.com/The-Collected-Writings-Zelda-Fitzgerald/dp/0817308849/
http://www.amazon.com/Zelda-Fitzgerald-Meticulously-Researched-Biography/dp/1611453046/


F. Scott Fitzgerald [1896-1940], his wife Zelda [1900-48], and daughter Frances Scott 'Scottie' Fitzgerald [1921-86]

Family  (Scott, Zelda & Scottie)  and  Others
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in September 1896; his masterpiece "The Great Gatsby" was published in 1925;
he died in Hollywood, California in 1940 at age 44.

father Edward Fitzgerald []
mother Mollie McQuillan Fitzgerald []  click here for photograph (in a new window)
two sisters aged one and three died of influenza in 1896.
Scott was born in St. Paul on 24 September 1896.
sister Annabelle was born in New York.

wife Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald [1900-1948], married 1920, hospitalized 1936, widowed 1940 { see above }


daughter Frances Scott 'Scottie' Fitzgerald Lanahan Smith [1921-86] entry at Wikipedia
granddaughter Eleanor Lanahan

"Scottie, The Daughter of F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Life of Frances Scott Fitzgerald Lanahan Smith" [6/1995]
by her daughter Eleanor Lanahan


romantic 'muse' Ginevra King Mitchell Pine [1898-1980], 'passionate friendship' circa 1915-18
entry at Wikipedia
"The Perfect Hour: The Romance of F. Scott Fitzgerald & Ginevra King, His First Love" [2/2005]
by James L.W. West III 1400063086

mistress actress Lois Moran [1909-90], together circa 1933
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lois_Moran
"A Beautiful Fairy Tale: The Life of Actress Lois Moran" [7/2005] by Richard Buller
http://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Fairy-Tale-Actress-Moran/dp/0879103124/

mistress columnist Sheilah Graham {Westbrook} [1904-88], together 1938-1940
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheilah_Graham_Westbrook


Harold Ober [1881-1959], friend and literary agent
agency Harold Ober & Assocs., Inc [est. 1929]entry at Wikipedia


William Maxwell Evarts 'Max' Perkins [1884-1947], friend and editor at Scribner's
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxwell_Perkins

"Genius" [2015] biopic /tt1703957/
Directed by Michael Grandage; starring Colin Firth {as editor Max Perkins}, Guy Pearce {as Scott Fitzgerald},
Jude Law {as Thomas Wolfe}, Dominic West {as Ernest Hemingway} & Vanessa Kirby {as Zelda Fitzgerald}


John Biggs Jr. [1895-1979] was Scott Fitzgerald’s Princeton roommate who became a Wilmington, Delaware attorney, and eventually
chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals Third Circuit. When Fitzgerald died in 1940, Biggs served as executor of the estate.


L i n k s
F. Scott Fitzgerald [1896-1940] entry at Wikipedia
Zelda Fitzgerald [1900-48] entry at Wikipedia
F. Scott Fitzgerald's credits at Internet Movie Database
F. Scott Fitzgerald's credits at Internet Broadway Database

browse F. Scott Fitzgerald Store at Amazon
browse F. Scott Fitzgerald audio at Amazon
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F. Scott Fitzgerald Society [est. 1990]
The Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum [est. 1986] in Montgomery, Alabama
F. Scott Fitzgerald bio page at Minnesota Historical Society
Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery AL [est. 1989]
University of South Carolina's F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary [1996]
English-language Scott Fitzgerald fansite in Germany
http://www.pbs.org/kteh/amstorytellers/bios.html
http://thgreatfscottfitzgerald.wordpress.com/


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