Recently discovered among F. Scott Fitzgerald’s papers, this early and uncensored version of “The Great Gatsby,” written in collaboration with S. A. Klipspringer, was suppressed for almost 90 years. Fitzgerald’s editor encouraged him to publish a fictionalized and sanitized version, claiming that “humanity just isn’t ready… to face this shocking truth.” Fitzgerald’s collaborator refused to cooperate and removed his name from the published work. He planned to publish his own version of the events but soon disappeared under unexplained circumstances. Now, for the first time, you may read the complete, horrific, and true story of Jay Gatsby.
Coming soon from F. Scott Fitzgerald & S. A. Klipspringer:
The Beautiful and Damned and Zombies
Tender is the Flesh
The Bloodlust of the Last Tycoon
Bernice Bobs her Head & Other Short Horror Stories
The Bi-Curious Case of Benjamin Button & Other Erotic Tales