F. Scott Fitzgerald Newsletters


The F. Scott Fitzgerald Newsletter is published annually by the F. Scott Fitzgerald Society and is edited by Robert Beuka, English Dept., Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY 10453. The co-editor is Ruth Prigozy, English Dept., Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549.

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2012 F. Scott Fitzgerald Newsletter - 20 pages

In this edition:
Eleventh International Fitzgerald Conference: Lyon, 2011... 1
Fitzgerald Panels at ALA Conference, Boston, May 2011... 5
Fitzgerald Award to Maxine Hong Kingston at 2011 Rockville Conference... 6
Fitzgerald Mini-Conference in New York, August 2012... 7

Articles & Features
Notes on the Exhibition Zelda Fitzgerald: Choreography in Color by Laura Somenzi... 8
The Death of Dick Humbird: Solving a Fitzgerald Mystery by W. Barksdale Maynard... 11
Inside the World of Gatz: Questions for John Collins
by Robert Beuka... 12
News and Notes by Peter L. Hays... 14

2011 F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Newsletter - 24 pages

In this edition:
Eleventh International Fitzgerald Conference: Lyon, 2011 ... 1
Fitzgerald Panels at ALA Conference, San Francisco, May 2010 ... 4
Fitzgerald Society at the NCTE Conference, Orlando, 2010 ... 5
McDermott Receives Fitzgerald Award at 2010 Rockville Conference ... 6

Articles & Features
Michel Viel: A Remembrance, J. Gerald Kennedy ... 8
New Research on Fitzgerald at Princeton, W. Barksdale Maynard ... 9
The End for Lands End: An Inessential House Melts Away, Robert Beuka ... 10

News and Notes (pg 13) compiled by Peter L. Hayes includes: Luhrmann's Grate Gatsby; Fitzgerald Bio from the 60s; Gatsby and Charlie Brown; The Great Gatsby Saves a Bookstore—For a While; Class Notes of 1917; Gatsby Electronica; Fitzgerald-related Houses on Long Island; Ring's Place; Banana Buchanan; Fitzgerald and Salinger; Gatz Takes Manhattan; Fitzgerald and Sex; From the Catalogs.

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2010 F. Scott Fitzgerald Newsletter - 24 pages


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