I would like to quote several Fitzgerald works in my forthcoming study. Can the Society grant me permission?
In a word, no. Unlike the Hemingway Foundation and Society, we do not hold the copyright to any work by Scott, Zelda, or Scottie Fitzgerald. For permissions information on works by Scott or Zelda Fitzgerald, please contact:
Attn: Lydia Zelaya
Simon & Schuster
Consumer Permissions Department
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
Email: Lydia.Zelaya AT Simonandschuster.com
I am looking for a photograph of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald to illustrate my forthcoming article. Do you have any in your archives?
No, the Society does not own the copyright on any illustrations. Scholars should check with Princeton University Library’s Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, which has an excellent online portfolio of images.
I know I paid my membership, but I have not received my copy of The Fitzgerald Review nor the Newsletter this year. What should I do?
Please contact Prof. Ruth Prigozy at Ruth.M.Prigozy AT hofstra.edu and she will check your status.
I met a very interesting Lithuanian scholar at the last conference, but I’ve lost her email. If I give you her name, can you provide her email and/or phone number?
To protect our members’ privacy, we do not release contact information. Most professional emails for academics can be found through a simple Google search.