Zelda Sayre was the wife and literary muse of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Together they were the living symbols of The Jazz Age, the Roaring 20’s and the Lost Generation. But Zelda was also a writer, dancer, painter and so much more. In her novel, Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, written from Zelda’s point of view, Therese Anne Fowler gives Zelda her due.
Then, Bob talks with children’s book writer Daniel Pinkwater about surrealism in picture books (including his own) in their discussion of two Pinkwater favorites: D.B. Johnson’s Magritte’s Marvelous Hat and Brave Potatoes, by Toby Speed and illustrated by Barry Root. [Broadcast Date: April 24, 2013]
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