Two new novels pay homage to Zelda Fitzgerald in fictional accounts of her life and marriage.
by Jacob Lambert As the train came to a shuddering halt, Thomas Little stepped down the steel steps and out into the dry summer air. In the distance, he could see an immense pond, one surround by a forest that seemed to threaten the very integrity of the above crystalline sky. The humidity, along with the multitudes of insects swarming around his sweaty, waxen face,
Countdown to Gatsby. 10 Things I Learned at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival plus video of the Stanley and Stella Shouting Contest. Thomas Wolfe's Big Extravagance. Saints and Sinners Literary Festival with Dorothy Allison in Literary Events. And new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
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