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Norman Mailer

Norman Mailer Over a career that has spanned six decades, Norman Mailer has been a literary force to be reckoned with–from The Naked and the Dead, in 1948, to his notable presence in New Journalism, to his current and most controversial feat, The Castle in the Forest. In his first novel in more than 10 years, the Pulitzer Prize–winning…

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The Mailer Review

The Mailer Review For anyone who’s interested, a fascinating testament to Mailer’s headlong life has has arrived on newsstands – the inaugural issue of The Mailer Review, a product of the University of South Florida and the Norman Mailer Society. The journal’s editor, Phillip Sipiora, has deftly searched the Mailer archives (at the Harry Ransom Center…

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Announcing the Mailer Review

The inaugural issue of The Mailer Review contains an excerpt from Mr. Mailer’s unpublished 1942 play, “The Naked and the Dead”; sixteen of his letters from the 1950s; William Kennedy’s address to the 2006 Mailer Society conference; reviews of The Castle in the Forest by Robert Begiebing, Barbara Probst Solomon, Christopher Ricks and Phillip Sipiora; reproductions of a number…

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Conference 2007

2007 Conference, October 11-14 Provincetown, MA Conference Theme: Mailer the Novelist The theme of this year’s conference is “Mailer the Novelist,” but papers on other topics related to Mailer and his work will be presented. There will be at least one panel devoted to various topics, and there will be at least five roundtable panels,…