Why We Still Can’t Quit F. Scott Fitzgerald

Interesting look at F. Scott Fitzgerald.


It’s been almost a century since a 23-year-old F. Scott Fitzgerald penned “The I.O.U.,” a short story that pokes fun at the publishing industry’s obsession with sensation over substance. But until now, you couldn’t read it; it was among Fitzgerald’s still-unpublished papers. Last week, the long-lost story appeared in The New Yorker, another chapter in what the magazine calls its “imperfect romance” with the author. In 1925, Fitzgerald was “was a little too famous to appear often in its upstart pages,” though they were able to snag two poems and three “humorous short stories” before he died in 1940.

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Final Chapter of the Clovel Sword Chronicles Finished

It’s been quiet on my blog site recently since I was finishing up Book 3 of the Clovel Sword Chronicles.  The great news (well, from my perspective anyway) is that Downfall of the Gods is finally available.  For those who have read the first 2 books, this closes out all of the loose ends along with the fate of Urith on the end of his quest for the Skool.  Links are below.  Please share the news and thanks for all of the support from my followers.

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