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Call for papers! NORMAN MAILER SOCIETY ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 2014 Will be held at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA Mailer: Continuing His Legacy October 9, 10, and 11, 2014 Co-sponsored by Wilkes University’s Graduate Creative Writing programNow accepting proposals for paper proposals, on Mailer’s work, round-table discussions on teaching Mailer, creative writing workshops, and readings. We are especially…

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CFP: The Review, Volume 7

The 2013 issue of The Mailer Review will emphasize the theme of “Norman Mailer and Contemporary Literature.” If you have an interest in contributing, please contact the editor, Phillip Sipiora (editor [at] mailerreview [dot] com). We continue to expand the range of essays we publish and we are interested in essays that deal with other writers, especially…

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CFP: NMS Conference 2012

The Norman Mailer Society Tenth International Conference October 10-13, 2012 • Provincetown, Massachusetts The Program Committee seeks proposals for panel presentations during the Tenth Annual International Conference of The Norman Mailer Society, to be held in Provincetown, MA. “Norman Mailer: Achievements and Paradoxes” is the theme of the conference and papers on any topic related to…

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CFP: The Review, Volume 6

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. We are also interested in essays that focus on other aspects of the life and work of Norman Mailer as well as…

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CFP: The Review, Volume 4

Norman Mailer / Ernest HemingwayCall 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 focus on other aspects…

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Call for Papers: The Review, Volume 3

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.