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What Kind of Artist Could Zelda Sayre Have Been Without Fitzgerald?

The passion was there — and maybe the talent too

Zelda Sayre was a Jazz Age good time girl and the only wife of American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. She was a dancer, a writer, and a painter with both drive and discipline when the occasion called for it. Alcoholism upended her life and stymied her artistic pursuits…



There are a treasure trove of stories about art and the people who make it. This publication invites writers to delve into the lives of artists and the tales behind some of the world’s great art.

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Betsy Denson

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