The 27th annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival
The 2023 Festival is now complete
Stay Tuned for images and video of the 2023 Literary Festival and
plans for our 2024 F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival with
honoree Jesmyn Ward.
Jesmyn Ward is American novelist and a professor of English at Tulane University, where she holds the Andrew W. Mellon Professorship in the Humanities.[
She won the 2011 National Book Award for Fiction for her second novel Salvage the Bones and won the 2017 National Book Award for Fiction for her novel Sing, Unburied, Sing.
The main day of the 2023 annual Literary Festival with Honoree Jonathan Franzen was held Oct. 21, 2021 Main
at Montgomery College Theater Arts Building
More on the Venue here
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival was established in 1996 to celebrate the centenary of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s birth, in Rockville, Maryland, the city where Fitzgerald, his wife, and his daughter are buried. The Festival seeks to honor the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald and those of prominent American literary artists and to support, encourage, and assist aspiring and emerging writers and students interested in the literary arts. Originally a one-day event, the Festival now includes programs on three or four days. The F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival is co-sponsored by the City of Rockville and the F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference, Inc.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference, Inc.
Rockville City Hall
111 Maryland Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850