WestportREADS: Discussion of The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald
Wildly bestselling first-time novelist Cam Noyes writes with a lyrical voice like F. Scott Fitzgerald and he’s the media's latest darling. He is so busy running with the brat pack and posing for magazines that he simply can't find the time to write his long-overdue second book. Enter Stewart "Hoagy" Hoag—ghostwriter of celebrity memoirs and reluctant amateur detective—to tackle Cam's tell-all expose of the dirty business behind megabuck book deals. But "cutthroat" takes on a whole new meaning as the bodies start piling up faster than the pages of the manuscript. For copies of the book, phone 203.291.4821.
Special Opportunity: Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald lived in Westport briefly in 1920, and to celebrate their time here, former SHS English teacher Dr. Gerry Kuroghlian will give a talk about their experience in town. Twenty lucky winners will be chosen in a drawing to attend the February 2 talk, which will be at the house the Fitzgeralds rented on South Compo Road. You will receive an opportunity to enter the drawing at each WestportREADS event attended.
WestportREADS is funded by Jerry A. Tishman.