Mr. Mailer Goes to Washington

David Denby writes: In recent years, Mailer has been grievously out of fashion, but in February the Library of America is bringing out a two-volume set of his work from the Sixties, one volume devoted to fiction, the other to essays and journalism, and Mailer may be due for reappraisal and revival. Read the rest […]

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LOA’s Mailer: Collected Essays of the 1960s

Available for preorder.

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LOA’s Mailer: Four Books of the Sixties

Now available for preorder.

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Why Mailer Matters

Via the Norman Mailer Society.

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A Brief History of Norman Mailer

Among our major living writers, Norman Mailer is perhaps the most well-known, both in the United States and internationally. No career in our literature has been at once so brilliant, varied, controversial, public, prolific and misunderstood. Few American writers have had their careers on the anvil of public inspection for such a lengthy period; none […]

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Mike Interviews NM about Castle

The following interview is from The Mailer Review, 2008.

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The Norman Mailer Society

Devoted to the life and work of American novelist Norman Mailer.

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In Provincetown

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Norman Mailer’s Films

A few details about Norman Mailer’s films, complied by Mike.

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The Inner Life

Mike explains the importance of showing the “inner life” in biographies. From an appearance in 2011.

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