See A Newly Discovered Zelda Fitzgerald Self-Portrait

Here's something cool from the Princeton library: In January of 1927, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald were living in a Los Angeles hotel while Scott worked on a screenplay that would never be produced. A newly discovered telegram — to which Zelda added two quick sketches — sheds some light on a period… » 5/24/12 5:10pm 5/24/12 5:10pm

Who Should Play Daisy In The New Gatsby Movie?

Baz Luhrmann — know for his vivid, colorful, theatrical films like Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge — is tackling F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby next, and the female lead, Daisy Buchanan, has not been cast. » 11/02/10 4:40pm 11/02/10 4:40pm

Who Should Play Zelda Fitzgerald In The Beautiful And The Damned?

Keira Knightley is eyeing the role » 9/24/08 2:30pm 9/24/08 2:30pm of Zelda Sayre (Fitzgerald) in a forthcoming biopic called , which will be directed by Nick Cassavetes. This seems…completely wrong. Don't get it twisted, I like Keira Knightley a lot. However, Zelda was a mercurial, pampered and warm Southern belle with soft, Kewpie doll features.…

Zelda Fitzgerald Went Crazy Because She Was Schizophrenic, Not Because…

BlueStocking, a feminist online journal from Oxford that aims to "investigate the intellectual and artistic achievements of women," has an essay in their current issue making a case for the artistic importance of Zelda Fitzgerald. Mostly Zelda is thought of as F. Scott's wife, and writer Lindsey Meyers says Zelda was… » 3/14/08 1:00pm 3/14/08 1:00pm

The He-Man Woman-Haters Writing Club

A bunch of you wrote in yesterday, wondering why we hadn't covered the death of one of America's most infamous misogynists, Norman Mailer. I for one, was reticent to write about him because I didn't feel like speaking ill of the dead. But I changed my mind. To honor of the death of a man who stabbed his second wife… » 11/13/07 1:00pm 11/13/07 1:00pm