Fitzgerald in Saint Paul is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to celebrating author F. Scott Fitzgerald as an artist and icon, especially in his hometown, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Through events and educational programs, Fitzgerald in Saint Paul serves as an ambassador to Fitzgerald’s history – in Saint Paul, in literature, and worldwide.
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Discover all of the details of Fitzgerald's life in Saint Paul in this lavishly illustrated, comprehensive new work by Dave Page, with photographs by Jeff Krueger. F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota: The Writer and His Friends at Home is published by Fitzgerald in Saint Paul, with distribution by the University of Minnesota Press (288 pages, hard cover, full color, $40 retail).
Fitzgerald’s Legacy in Saint Paul
For F. Scott Fitzgerald, Saint Paul was more than just his birthplace. From Summit Avenue to the University Club to the Minnesota State Fair, Saint Paul is woven into the fabric of Fitzgerald's stories, just as Fitzgerald himself is a vibrant part of Saint Paul’s past and present. Throughout Fitzgerald’s tumultuous life, Saint Paul offered the anchor and inspiration that only a hometown can.
“That is part of the beauty of all literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you're not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong.”
– F. Scott Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald in Saint Paul holds events and sponsors activities in celebration of F. Scott Fitzgerald, particularly in Saint Paul, Minnesota and the surrounding area.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Revered as one of this country's leading writers, Fitzgerald lived and wrote during one of history's most interesting passages. He and his wife Zelda have continued to be objects of fascination since that time. And he got his start in Saint Paul.
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Your donation to Fitzgerald in Saint Paul will help support our annual programs and events, grow our educational and promotional activities, and work toward the long-range development of a Fitzgerald site in Saint Paul.