Looking back: Wharton, Fitzgerald, and Ourselves

By Caitlin O’Hara Think of favorite endings of books that really resonate: Levin and his revelation towards goodness at the end […]

Literary Destination: The Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery, Alabama

When we imagine F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda, we tend to think of them in some New York […]

The Flavor of Paris: Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast

By Ali Pinero Ernest Hemingway will forever be remembered as one of the most prominent writers of his time, and […]

Hotel du Cap: Literary Luxury on the French Riviera

By Ali Pinero As I stepped off the bus in the south of France, I was welcomed by an endless […]

The Summer of Gatsby

Here at Literary Traveler we are enjoying the summer sun with a side of Gatsby.  For a refresher course on […]

So, You Liked The Great Gatsby – What’s Next?

By Jack Callahan Was The Great Gatsby  your introduction to the work of F. Scott Fitzgerald? Did you like it […]

Anatomy of The Great Gatsby: Literary Traveler takes on Luhrmann

When it came time for someone to review the latest film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, we could not delegate […]

We’re Hosting a Party, Old Sport! — How to Throw a Gatsby Summer Soiree

By Katie Stack So you want to throw a party, old sport? A fabulous soiree that those on the East […]

A Zelda Fitzgerald Reading List

By Caitlin O’Hara Why does Zelda Fitzgerald continue to hold our attention 65 years after her death? Yes, she was […]

Gatsby: Under the Red, White, and Blue

By Jessica Monk Did you know that F. Scott Fitzgerald was distantly related to the man who composed “The Star-Spangled […]