Published in October of 1932, 'Save Me the Waltz' is a semi-autobiographical account of Zelda Fitzgerald’s marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Check out these books (and a TV show) to learn more about the life of the Alabama-born writer, painter and dancer.
Creating Flannery O'Connor, Rebecca Wells at the Louisiana Book Festival, a review of 'The Education of Dixie Dupree,' new fiction and Andalusia Farm's Blue Grass Festival this weekend.
More writings of Harper Lee's discovered, Capote on Bravo, ScarJo to play Zelda Fitzgerald and a Nashville guide to J.T. Ellison's 'No One Knows,' plus events & a new poem.
Interview, chat & giveaway with Patti Callahan Henry, Zelda Fitzgerald on Amazon, visit the official Storybook Capital of Texas, plus a new summer story about little girls named Lily. Happy Literary Friday!
Zelda gets a t-shirt, plus a gala this weekend, a Southern coloring book for adults, the Welty Biennial in Literary Events and an excerpt from a forthcoming novel about a Mississippi family. Happy Literary Friday!
A "Sassy Belles" giveaway, guys who look like Hemingway, 5 books to watch for in August and a little free library on Kickstarter in Literary News. Pics from Zelda Fitzgerald's birthday party and the Decatur Book Festival in Literary Events, plus a poem about the Louisiana heat in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Happy Birthday to the most spectacular belle Montgomery, Alabama, would ever know.
"Call Me Zelda" author Erika Robuck on telling Zelda Fitzgerald's story.