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NMS Podcast 44: Norman Mailer, Radio D.J.

In this piece of archival audio, host Justin Bozung features Norman Mailer’s 1979 apperance on BBC radio as guest D.J. Mailer plays some of his favorite jazz and standards records as well as discusses his early days as a writer, his early novels No Percentage and Transit to Narcissus, and his current work, The Executioner’s Song. http://projectmailer.net/podcast/nms-podcast-44.mp3Podcast: […]

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NMS Podcast 42: Jerome Loving (Jack & Norman)

Author Jerome Loving comes to the NMS Podcast to talk with host Justin Bozung about his latest book, Jack & Norman (St. Martin’s Press, 2016).  The book explores the relationship of Norman Mailer and prison convict Jack Henry Abbott during the late ’70s when Norman Mailer was writing his Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Executioner’s Song. http://projectmailer.net/podcast/nms-podcast-42.mp3Podcast: Play in […]

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NMS Podcast 37: Death Is A Celebration: An Audio Documentary about Tough Guys Don’t Dance

Part 10 of 10 In this 10-hour re-broadcast, host Justin Bozung, alongside his co-host Aaron Graham, offer up a exhaustive scene-by-scene examination of Norman Mailer’s 1987 film, Tough Guys Don’t Dance.  In addition to exploring several of the key themes in both Mailer’s film and Mailer’s own 1984 novel of the same name, this detailed audio […]

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NMS Podcast 36: Death Is A Celebration: An Audio Documentary about Tough Guys Don’t Dance

Part 9 of 10 In this 10-hour re-broadcast, host Justin Bozung, alongside his co-host Aaron Graham, offer up a exhaustive scene-by-scene examination of Norman Mailer’s 1987 film, Tough Guys Don’t Dance.  In addition to exploring several of the key themes in both Mailer’s film and Mailer’s own 1984 novel of the same name, this detailed audio […]

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