The Mailer Review is calling for papers on “Why Mailer Matters,” a special emphasis in the sixth volume of the Review (Fall 2012). Papers dealing with any aspect of Mailer and other figures are also encouraged.
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The Norman Mailer Society Eighth International Conference Call for Paper Proposals and Writing Workshops November 4-6, 2010 Sarasota, Florida The Program Committee seeks proposals for panel presentations as well as writing workshop leaders and attendees during the Eighth Annual International Conference of The Norman Mailer Society, to be held in Sarasota, FL. “Mailer and Hemingway” […]
Norman Mailer / Ernest Hemingway Call for Papers: 2010 The Mailer Review is calling for papers on “Norman Mailer / Ernest Hemingway,” a special emphasis in the fourth volume of the Review (Fall 2010) will be devoted to this topic. Papers dealing with any aspect of Hemingway-Mailer are encouraged. We are also interested in essays that […]
The Program Committee seeks proposals for papers and panel presentations during the Seventh Annual Conference of The Norman Mailer Society to be held in Washington, D.C. Norman Mailer’s literary, political, and personal relationships to the dramatic forces of power in our nation’s capital prompt the theme of our 2009 conference: “Washington Intersections: Ideology, Culture, and […]
The editors of The Mailer Review are particularly interested in essays that focus on Norman Mailer’s film work and his non-fiction, especially Oswald’s Tale. Please send abstract to Phillip Sipiora <psipiora [at] gmail [dot] com> by January 15, 2009. Completed ms. by March 01. Length flexible. MLA style documentation. All submissions as MS WORD attachments.
The Program Committee seeks proposals for panel presentations during the Sixth Annual Conference of The Norman Mailer Society, to be held in Provincetown, MA.
The programming committee is looking for good proposals for panel presentations during this year’s third annual conference of the Norman Mailer Society, to be held in Provincetown, MA, in November of 2005. Please send your proposals (a 600-800 word abstract) or your complete paper (up to ten pages, double spaced) by June 10, 2005, to […]
Abby H. P. Werlock is preparing a 2-volume Companion to the American Novel for Facts on File, sequel to the award-winning The Facts on File Companion to the American Short Story, and still has openings for essays on specific American fiction titles. She is particularly interested in entries on Norman Mailer’s An American Dream, Executioner’s […]