Interesting Gatsby stuff happening in the literary world. New biography written by David Pietrusza coming out about the life of Arnold Rothstein, who Fitzgerald fictionalized as Meyer Wolfsheim, the  man who “played with the faith of  fifty million people” and had cuff-links made out of human molars.

Here’s the interesting podcast interview about the book, people, and  creative processes behind the project:

Here’s a pic of  the guy who fixed the 1919 World Series:

"Mr. Gatsby, Detroit's calling."