Kendall Taylor. Sometimes Madness Is Wisdom: Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald: A Marriage. New York: Ballantine Books, 2001. ISBN 0345447158
Jeffrey Meyers. F. Scott Fitzgerald. 1994.
Tom Dardis. Some Time in the Sun: The Hollywood Years of Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Nathanael West, Aldous Huxley and James Agee. New York: Scribner's, 1976.
F. Scott Fitzgerald, edited by 'Edmund Wilson'. The Crack Up. New York: A New Directions Paperbook, 1956.
Richard D. Lehan. F. Scott Fitzgerlad and the craft of fiction. Carbondale, Illinois, USA: Southern Illinois University Press,
Richard D. Lehan. F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Craft of Fiction. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press,
Matthew Bruccoli. Some Sort of Epic Grandeur. New York: Scribner's,
Matthew Bruccoli, Scottie Fitzgerald, Joan P. Kerr, eds.. The Romantic Egoists:> A Pictorial Autobiography from the Scrapbooks and Albums of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. New York: Scribner's, 1974. ISBN 0684139235, 0684140861
Andrew Turnbull. F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Scribner's, 1962.
Gautam Kundu. Fitzgerald and the Influence of Film: The Language of Cinema in the Novels. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co., 2008.
Matthew Bruccoli, Scottie Fitzgerald, Joan P. Kerr (eds.). The Romantic Egoists: A Pictorial Autobiography from the Scrapbooks and Albums of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. New York: Scribners, 1974. ISBN 0684139235, 0684140861
Malcolm Cowley (ed., w/Robert Cowley). Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age. New York: Scribners, 1966.
Aaron Latham. Crazy Sundays: F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood. New York: 1971.
William Goldhurst. F. Scott Fitzgerald and His Contemporaries. World Publishing, 1963.
|Entertainment Weekly (USA)||3 May 2013, Iss. 1257, pg. 40-43, by: Clark Collis, "The True Hollywood Story of F. Scott Fitzgerald"|
|The New York Times (USA)||3 November 2010, Vol. 160, Iss. 55,213, pg. C1 & C7, by: Patrick Healy, "Borne Back Ceaselessly to His Long Show"|
|Forest & Bluff (USA)||February 2008, pg. 34-36, 38-41, by: Ann Marie Scheidler, "Happily Ever After"|
|St. Petersburg Times (USA)||15 April 2007, pg. 11L, by: Colette Bancroft, "'Gatsby' getaway: A conference in St. Pete Beach will focus on the Fitzgeralds' visit to the Don Cesar."|
|The New York Times (USA)||16 July 2006, pg. 2-8+2-22, by: Jason Zinoman, "Is This Town Big Enough for Two Gatsbys? Maybe Not: A downtown troupe wants to present F. Scott Fitzgerald's text, uncut. Fitzgerald's estate isn't so sure that's a good idea."|
|The New York Times (USA)||21 August 2005, by: Steve Chagollan, "F. Scott Fitzgerald Gets a Second Act After All"|
|Biography (USA)||March 1999, Vol. 3, Iss. 3, pg. 102-108 & 120, by: Dorothy Rompalske, "From Dazzle to Despair: The Short, Brilliant Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald"|
|Films in Review (USA)||May 1977, Vol. XXVIII, Iss. 5, pg. 284 - 294, by: De Witt Bodeen, "F. Scott Fitzgerald and Films"|
|Theatre Arts (USA)||December 1958, Vol. 42, Iss. 12, pg. 15-17, 70-71, by: Budd Schulberg, "Why Manley Halliday is...Manley Halliday..."|
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