Saturday Evening Post Celebrates One of America’s Greatest Authors with Release Of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby Girls
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby Girls fans will have a chance to win one of 25 prize packages containing both the print and digital versions of the book as well as a limited edition canvas artwork. Consumers can visit www.gatsbygirls.com between now and May 7, 2013 to enter into the give-away and to vote for their favorite piece of Gatsby Girls artwork. The art with the most votes will become the canvas portrait in the prize pack.
SD Entertainment recently aligned with Curtis Licensing, the licensing division of The Saturday Evening Post Society, Inc., to license its beloved portfolio of magazine brands, including The Saturday Evening Post and secured the rights to develop stories and artwork from The Saturday Evening Post’s portfolio of images and content into dynamic collections of digital coffee table publications, enhanced e-Publications, and other live action or animated entertainment.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby Girls will be available on May 7 both in print and on all e-reader platforms including Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble (at $8.99 ebook, $14.99 paperback). All BroadLit books are distributed by Perseus Books’ Constellation Services. For more information about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby Girls, please also visit www.trulovestories.com.
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For nearly 300 years, The Saturday Evening Post has chronicled American history in the making—reflecting the distinctive characteristics and values that define the American way. Tracing its roots to Benjamin Franklin, The Saturday Evening Post mirrors cherished American ideals and values, most memorably illustrated by its iconic cover artist Norman Rockwell. The Post is also known for publishing such literary greats as Ray Bradbury, Agatha Christie, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edgar Allan Poe, J.D. Salinger, and Kurt Vonnegut, and continues to seek out and discover emerging writers of the 21st century. Headquartered in Indianapolis, the Post is a publication of the nonprofit Saturday Evening Post Society, which also publishes the award-winning youth magazines Turtle, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack and Jill.