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Maire Martello

Máire Martello is the docent and a board member for the F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery, Alabama. Beyond that role, she is also a playwright, fiction writer, and contributor to the medieval history blog The Murrey and Blue. Her recent short stories about Richard the Third, including “Becoming White Surrey,” were published on behalf of the Scoliosis Association UK. Her play The Lodger was produced off-Broadway, where it garnered good reviews. As a member of The Players, the oldest theatrical club in America, she produced a long-running series of evenings devoted to literature and culture. Guest speakers included Oliver Sacks, Quentin Crisp, Fran Lebowitz, Camille Paglia, Susan Sontag, Dominick Dunne, Joyce Maynard, and Eric Bentley. A long-time admirer of the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald, she produced an evening at The Players celebrating his centennial. Speakers included Budd Schulberg, Ring Lardner Jr., Matt Bruccoli, and Ruth Prigozy. A graduate of Finch College in New York City, she relocated from that city to Montgomery in the fall of 2018.
Books by Maire Martello:
  • Stepping Out with Scott and Zelda: Touring the Fitzgeralds' Montgomery
  • ISBN: 1-58838-450-0, Trade Paper