All members are entitled to attend and vote at the Society's general meetings, hold office in the Society, and receive The F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Newsletter and The F. Scott Fitzgerald Review, each published annually.
The society offers individuals interested in self-teaching and teachers of high school and college a variety of materials and networking opportunities to enhance their study and appreciation of Fitzgerald, his work, and his times.
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Review publishes essays on all aspects of F. Scott Fitzgerald's life and work. The journal serves both the specialist and the general reader with essays that broaden understanding of Fitzgerald's writing and related topics. Annual issues include academic articles, book reviews, and review essays that a general reader can understand and appreciate. Roundtables on germane topics as a way to promote the exchange of ideas are also published.
While the main discipline is literary studies, the journal is interdisciplinary in approach, welcoming analyses in all areas of interpretation as they apply to Fitzgerald and his times. While the centrality of The Great Gatsby is recognized, the journal is also eager to advance interest in the breadth of Fitzgerald's writing, including not only his other novels, but also his short stories, nonfiction, drama, and literary criticism.Beginning Fall 2013, the annual edition will be published by Penn State University Press. (Society members receive a copy as part of their membership.)
For submissions, please visit This Link.
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Newsletter, published once a year in January, offers the information on Society conferences, member accomplishments and activities, announcements for forthcoming collections, and notes on Fitzgerald ephemera. It's a great opportunity to keep up with your colleagues!
General Members $30
Student and Retiree Members $25
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This fund, established in July 2000, helps graduate students pay travel expenses to participate in Fitzgerald conferences. Linda Kuehl, the widow of the noted Fitzgerald scholar John Kuehl, has offered to help such a fund. If you would like to contribute, click the Donate button below.