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The F. Scott Fitzgerald Society customarily meets in locations biographically and artistically significant to F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.

Below are links to the most recent conference coverage.

Montgomery, AL - November, 2013







Lyon, France - July, 2011

Scott Fitzgerald's visit to Lyon was a brief one, as remembered long after the events by Hemingway. Yet the Rhône-Alpes region left its mark on the

Fitzgeralds' lives, as it certainly did on members of the Fitzgerald Society who attended the Eleventh International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference held in Lyon, France, from 4 July  to 9 July 2011.


Baltimore, MD - September, 2009

The 10th International Conference was held September 30 through October 3, 2009, in Baltimore, Maryland. Fitzgerald’s memories reflect both his family’s Maryland heritage and the time he spent in Baltimore on and off from 1932 to 1937. During this period he completed Tender Is the Night while living in a rented home called “La Paix” in nearby Towson; Tender was preceded by Zelda's novel Save Me the Waltz and her play “Scandalabra.”

Demolition of Lands End Prompts Media Stir

The end of an era for the "Gatsby' House CBS-TV coverage 04/17/2011

Bulldozer Due for Mansion Linked to 'Great Gatsby' New York Post 03/08/2011

Don't miss the 2011 F. Scott Fitzgerald Newsletter (PDF will open) and "The End for Lands End: An Inessential House Melts Away" on page 10 and "Fitzgerald-related Houses on Long
Island" on page 19.