in my study
...living between the West Village and upstate New York, writing about music, baseball, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Since 2001, I've taught Irish and American literature at The New School University in New York City. My degrees in American history and English are from Harvard University (A.B.), Georgetown University (M.A.), and Princeton University (Ph.D.). In the 1990s, I also practiced law (University of Virginia, J.D.). Though my specialty has long been Irish and Irish-American literature and culture, I've taught courses across the fields of English, Irish, and American literature, as a graduate student, lecturer, and visiting professor, at Princeton, the University of Richmond, Glucksman Ireland House/New York University, and Bard College. Please contact me by email here, or via @venetianblonde on Twitter. Thank you.
"I'd Die For You and Other Lost Stories," the last complete uncollected stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, edited by me, is available now from Scribner, Scribner UK, Grasset/Fayard, Hoffmann und Campe, and Rizzoli. Further foreign-language editions are forthcoming.
ANNE MARGARET DANIEL
shorter curriculum vitae
F. Scott Fitzgerald, "I'd Die for You and Other Lost Stories." Editor. Scribner 2017.
Olivia Shakespear, "Beauty's Hour" (1896). Edited this forgotten fin-de-siècle novella and put it back in print via Valancourt Books (2016).
Articles and book chapters
"Bob Dylan: Shadows In The Night," Hot Press January 29, 2015.
“Bob Dylan’s Near Perfect Storm,” Hot Press August 17, 2012. http://www.hotpress.com/9102928.html
“’The ladies would say that he looked like a poet’: Tom and the Selling of Louis,” in Incorrigibly Plural: Louis MacNeice and his Legacy (Carcanet 2012).
“Yeats and Women,” in Visions and Revisions: Irish Writers in their Time: W.B. Yeats (Belfast 2010).
"Arthur Symons and The Savoy," Literary Imagination 7: 2 (Spring 2005).
"Philip Roth, MVP," in Philip Roth: Critical Studies, ed. Derek Parker Royal (Greenwood, 2005).
"'Crushed again!'" – Wilde the Writer," in Palgrave Advances in Oscar Wilde Studies, ed. Frederick Roden (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).
“’That fellow’s got to swing’: Beaux crimes, Legal Victims, and Oscar Wilde’s Testimony,” The Recorder (American Irish Historical Society), fall 2003.
"'Blue as the sky, gentlemen': Fitzgerald's Princeton Through The Prince," in F. Scott Fitzgerald in the 21st Century, ed. Jackson Bryer and Ruth Prigozy (University of Alabama Press, 2002).
“The Asia Series: Impressions” [art review], Isis (Winter 2011).
“In the Wasteland of Your Mind: Bob Dylan and High Modernism out on Highway 61,” Montague Street Journal (Autumn 2010).
“Liam Clancy’s Magical Farewell to New York,” The Irish Echo, January 6, 2010.
“65 Revisited,” The Bridge (Summer 2009).
“Lyrical Ballads: Bob Dylan Plays Lost and Found in a Border Town,” Isis (Spring 2009).
“Lost in Translation: Alfred Douglas and Oscar Wilde’s Salome,” Princeton Library Chronicle (Winter 2006/Spring 2007).
"The Last Thing He Wrote: Fitzgerald's Critical Eye," Princeton Alumni Weekly, September 25, 2004.
Redheads, a book on cultural and literary representations of redheads.
A book on F. Scott Fitzgerald.
TELEVISION AND RADIO
Bazmark Inq., Sydney, Australia. Consultant, “The Great Gatsby” [forthcoming feature film, produced by Baz Luhrmann, 2013].
BBC TWO/The Culture Show, London. On-air expert and consultant, “F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood: The Final Years” [forthcoming documentary, narrated by Jay McInerney, 2013].
BBC Northern Ireland, Belfast. On-air expert, “The Ginger Gene” (documentary on redheads). May 2007.
Carter & Gilden, New York City. Book reviewer for the CNN nightly news show Lou Dobbs Tonight and, with Lou Dobbs, selecting the “Dobbs List.” February 2002-January 2006.
Showtime, New York City. On-air expert, “Last Call,” starring Jeremy Irons, Sissy Spacek, and Neve Campbell (with Irons as F. Scott Fitzgerald). Spring 2002.
READINGS, CONFERENCES AND LECTURES
Inaugural Moby-Dick Marathon Reading, various locations, New York and Brooklyn [November 16-18, 2012]. http://mobydickmarathonnyc.org
“Sligo Homecomings,” 53rd Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, July 30, 2012.
“Wilde and The Law,” at “Who Owns the Legacy of Oscar Wilde?” Drew University, New Jersey, June 1, 2012.
Organizer, launch for “The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem in Person at Carnegie Hall: The Complete 1963 Concert,” with Liam Clancy and Sean Wilentz, Ireland House, NYU, March 28, 2009.
“Fiddle and the Pen,” Irish Repertory Theater, New York, presenter in W.B. Yeats tribute event emceed by Dick Cavett, April 14, 2009.
Directed the premiere in Ireland of Sean O’Casey’s "The Cooing of Doves," Yeats Memorial Building, Sligo, Ireland, August 2, 2007.
Directed New York premiere of "The Cooing of Doves" at The New School University, April 5, 2007.
directing "Frescoes and Foreigners," Rome