Vietnam Peace Commemoration

October 1967 March on the Pentagon On October 21, 1967, an estimated 100,000 Vietnam War protesters rallied in Washington, DC. More than 35,000 demonstrators marched to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and many remained there overnight. More than 600 protesters, including author Norman Mailer, were arrested. The Vietnam Peace Commemoration Committee hosted a panel discussion […]

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Mike with Colum McCann and Mark Olshaker

At the latest conference of the Norman Mailer Society, Sarasoata, FL. Photo by Jerry Lucas.

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Woodstalk Live Presents: Truth of Consensus: Survival Tools in the Age of Fake News

Moderator: Dr. J. Michael Lennon– Norman Mailer’s official biographer, Vietnam Veteran, award-winning author, and Professor Emeritus at Wilkes University.

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Mike Marches in October

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Norman Mailer Society to Hold Annual Conference at Monmouth University, Sept. 29-Oct. 1

The Norman Mailer Society, in partnership with Monmouth University’s Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences, will hold its 14th annual conference on campus from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1.

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Goat Hill Workshop-Palooza!!

Saturday, April 23rd, from 10am to 3:30pm, at School One. $50 for one, or two tickets for $80.

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Mike Discusses Superman

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Special Event with Danielle Mailer and Mike

Discussion between Danielle Mailer & J. Michael Lennon on Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 2:00 pm at the Hickory Stick Bookstore in Washington, Connecticut.

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Mike Reads in Provincetown

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Mike Lennon Remembers Norman Mailer

Mike Lennon remembers when he and Norman Mailer became acquainted. “I saw him on the Dick Cavett show, the famous show when he was on with Gore Vidal and Janet Flanner, and they got into an imbroglio over various issues,” Lennon said. “I wrote him a letter and told him that I thought Vidal had maligned him unfairly. Lo and behold, I got a wonderful long letter back from him.” Then a graduate student at the University of Illinois, Lennon says he was “quite shocked and moved” that the famous author would write him back.

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