Marjorie Manwaring's "Letter From Zelda"
In "Letter from Zelda," poet Marjorie Manwaring creates an imaginary letter to F. Scott Fitzgerald, written by his wife Zelda from her room in a mental hospital.
The Fitzgeralds were celebrities in the Jazz Age of the 1920s, and F. Scott became famous for his novels, including "The Great Gatsby." Zelda was also a talented writer, though she never achieved the kind of success she craved.
Marjorie Manwaring was recorded in the KUOW studios on March 22, 2013.
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