This is the video replay featuring some of the world's leading authorities on Scott and Zelda. This panel includes:
Dr. Linda Miller, distinguished Professor of English at Penn State Abington and expert on the Murphys and the expat artists of the 1920s; Dr. James West. Biographer, book historian, and scholarly editor; Professor of English, Emeritus, at Pennsylvania State University; Dr. Erin Templeton. Professor of English and the Dean of Humanities, Sciences, and Business at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC; Dr. Kirk Curnutt, executive director of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Society and managing editor of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Review; Robert Steven Williams, director of the recently released documentary Gatsby in Connecticut: The Untold Story. Special Guest: Richard 'Deej' Webb, author of the companion book to the film Gatsby in Connecticut.
This event was FREE. But if you're watching this and have not donated to Feeding America, please consider doing so to help those families hurt by the COVID-19 lockdown. Copy the link below and place into your browser for the 'Tender is the Night' funding raising page at Feeding America:
We'd also like to thank the F. Scott Fitzgerald Society and Simon and Schuster/Scribner Books for sponsoring this event.
For those living in the US and Canada, you can now check out our new documentary: Gatsby in Connecticut -- available on Amazon Prime, iTunes and a number of other platforms as well as many cable providers. Just Google Gatsby in Connecticut.