The Norman Mailer Center and Writers Colony is inviting you to the Norman Mailer Brooklyn Walking Book Tour hosted by our faculty member and Mailer’s authorized biographer, J. Michael Lennon. Starting in the lobby of the St. George Residence and ending at the Norman Mailer home, Lennon will guide participants through a stimulating narrative of […]
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Norman Mailer did not want to let a little fear get the better of him. For Mr. Mailer, the proudly pugilistic giant of American literature, being scared of heights was unacceptable. Heck, he lived in Brooklyn Heights.
On Sunday, September 13, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, the Brooklyn Literary Council and Brooklyn Tourism will host the fourth annual free Brooklyn Book Festival, presenting over 220 authors and a literary marketplace of more than 150 booksellers and literary organizations. The program will include a tribute to Norman Mailer with Pete Hamill and Norris […]
Brad Lockwood, of The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, sits down with John Buffalo Mailer for a chat. In “John Buffalo Mailer: A Brooklyn Jew with Cowboys in Arkansas,” John Buffalo discusses his experience as editor at High Times, his own writing, and his relationship with his father: I try to focus on the work and not […]