On Tuesday, May 22nd, the Long Branch Historical Association will be dedicating a plaque at the Boardwalk in memory of Long Branch native son Norman Kingsley Mailer. Please join them at 7:00pm, at the corner of South Bath Avenue and the Boardwalk for a brief ceremony, followed by a reception at the Library. Mailer, a…
A Female Author’s Love for the Proudly Sexist Norman Mailer “The one man who has ever made me wish I had a penis is Norman Mailer.”
Join us in D.C. for the 50th anniversary of the march on the Pentagon.
When Mailer and Breslin ran a stunt-filled NYC political campaign They had to be kidding. They weren’t really serious. Were they? Norman Mailer running for mayor of New York?
What Michiko Kakutani’s Departure From the Times Means for Books Coverage At the Times, “she reached a point where she could be eviscerating” of any writer, no matter how powerful, “Mailer being a prime example. People were afraid. I was afraid.”
The Mailer shelf at Powell’s Books in Portland. Thanks to Ron Fried for the photo.
Norman Mailer on the Coney Island Cyclone in 1969.
Review: It’s Norman Mailer vs. Feminists in ‘The Town Hall Affair’ As for Norman Mailer, the M.C. of this fraught dialogue (which was convened in response to “The Prisoner of Sex,” his pugilistic essay on feminism in Harper’s Magazine), he’s really beside himself. When the show begins, Norman Mailer is seated next to the person…