O’Nan Reads From ‘West of Sunset’ at Point Park

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This year marks the 90th anniversary of the publication of “The Great Gatsby” – the height of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary fame. But a new novel suggests that some of Fitzgerald’s best work came much later, at a time of loss and personal struggle.

Its author, Pittsburgh native Stewart O’Nan, will read from”West of Sunset” Wednesday evening at Point Park University, where he’s teaching a master class in fiction writing.

90.5 WESA’s Josh Raulerson spoke with O’Nan about Fitzgerald’s career as a Hollywood screenwriter during the final years of his life.

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West of Sunset at #8 on the L.A. Times Bestseller List; 3/11 6pm Event at Point Park University

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On Wednesday, March 11 at 6pm, Stewart will be giving a public reading at Point Park University.  Read all about it:

BESTSELLING NOVELIST STEWART O’NAN TO LEAD MASTER CLASS AT POINT PARK

Stewart O’Nan is the latest award-winning author to be a part of the Point Park University Writers’ Series. He will teach a master class exclusively for Point Park students March 11, 2015, and then will lead a public reading at 6 p.m. in Lawrence Hall 200.