The first year, it was “What’s Old Is New” to coincide with Scott and Zelda meeting in Montgomery, and the second year, it was “Love + Marriage” to
For high school students and college undergraduates who want to enter the Fitzgerald Museum’s annual Literary Contest, the deadline to submit is tomorrow: December 31, 2019.
It isn’t easy to talk a group of teenagers into giving up their Friday night for a school field trip, but when they’re Creative Writing
This poem is one in a series of seven religious poems that I wrote in late 2011 and early 2012. Among the series, it had
We hear it around this time every year, that TS Eliot called April “the cruellest month” in the opening lines of “The Wasteland,” a Modernist
Three of my favorite literary works are Thornton Wilder’s 1936 play Our Town, Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 short story collection Winesburg, Ohio, and Edgar Lee Master’s