Project Mailer

Welcome to the Digital Humanities initiative of the Norman Mailer Society.

This website serves as a hub for the digital endeavors of the Norman Mailer Society. It features an overview of projects — both analog and digital — undertaken by the Society’s members. Read More »

The Norman Mailer Society

Visit the official web site of the Norman Mailer Society to join the Society, read news, see updates, and get all the current information about our annual conference. Join »

The Mailer Review

The Mailer Review publishes articles, notes, creative works, interviews, cultural / biographical commentary, images, and book reviews relevant to the life and work of Norman Mailer. Read »

The NMS Podcast

Hosted by Justin Bozung and published twice monthly, The Norman Mailer Society Podcast highlights the people and projects that promote the legacy of Norman Mailer. Subscribe »

J. Michael Lennon

President and official biographer of Norman Mailer, J. Michael Lennon’s official web site. Get information about Lennon’s publications and appearances. Visit »

Norman Mailer: Works & Days

Project Mailer’s first Digital Humanities initiative. Norman Mailer: Works & Days is a database of cross-referenced entries about Mailer’s life and work. Research »

Norman Mailer helped shape the culture of twentieth-century America. Original and reprinted posts about and inspired by this American literary icon. Read »

NEW: Read a collection of Mailer’s Introductions, Prefaces, and Forewords. Read » | During the fall of 2017, Justin Bozung will speak with Mike Lennon on the Podcast about these unique contributions to the cultural community. Listen »

WikiProject Mailer

Our editors are active on Wikipedia adding and updating posts about Mailer. Help our efforts to promote Mailer’s legacy by becoming an editor and contributing your knowledge. Contribute »

Teach & Learn about Norman Mailer

A collection for resources on teaching Norman Mailer. We publish syllabi, lessons, discussions, and other posts related that promote Mailer’s presence in the classroom. Educate »

Social Media

Interested in keeping up with the Norman Mailer Society and Project Mailer? You can now do so through your favorite social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Medium, and Instagram. Follow Us »