“‘My whole heart was in my first trash’: Fitzgerald, Fiction, Failure, and Fame.”
Anne Margaret Daniel was born and raised in Virginia. She teaches literature at the New School University in New York City. Her articles, essays, notes, and reviews, covering topics from Oscar Wilde’s trials to Bob Dylan and contemporary music, have appeared for the past twenty years in books, critical editions, magazines, and journals. She has published extensively on Modernism and on F. Scott Fitzgerald, and her edition of his last complete short stories, I’d Die For You and Other Lost Stories, was published by Scribner this past April. She is currently finishing a book about Fitzgerald. She lives in Manhattan and upstate New York with her husband.