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'''''The Mailer Review''''' is a print journal published annually by the [[Norman Mailer Society]] and co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and The Norman Mailer Society. Digital Edition by Project Mailer.
 
'''''The Mailer Review''''' is a print journal published annually by the [[Norman Mailer Society]] and co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and The Norman Mailer Society. Digital Edition by Project Mailer.
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==Volumes==
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To access the issue, click the text below the image.
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|File:Mr-10.png|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 10, 2016|Volume 10 (2016): 10th Anniversary Issue]]
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|File:MR09.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 9, 2015|Volume 9 (2015): ''Maestro'']]
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|File:MR08.png|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 8, 2014|Volume 8 (2014): Future Bound]]
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|File:MR07.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 7, 2013|Volume 7 (2013): ''A Double Life'' • ''Mind of an Outlaw'']]
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|File:MR06.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 6, 2012|Volume 6 (2012): Why Mailer Matters]]
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|File:MR05.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 5, 2011|Volume 5 (2011): Norris Mailer: a Life in Words]]
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|File:MR04.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 4, 2010|Volume 4 (2010): Literary Warriors]]
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|File:MR03.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 3, 2009|Volume 3 (2009): Beyond Fiction]]
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|File:MR02.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 2, 2008|Volume 2 (2008): Norman Mailer: In Memorium]]
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|File:MR01.jpg|[[The Mailer Review, Volume 1, 2007|Volume 1 (2007): Inaugural Issue]]
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== Submission Guidelines ==
 
== Submission Guidelines ==
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{{Quote box|title=Editor|[[Phillip Sipiora]]<br />Department of English, CPR 107<br />University of South Florida<br />4202 E. Fowler Ave.<br />Tampa FL 33620–5550<br />(editor [at] mailerreview [dot] org)|width=25%}}
 
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]]. We also publish work in other areas of relevance.
 
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]]. We also publish work in other areas of relevance.
  
Please send inquiries to the editor:
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Please send inquiries to the editor.
 
 
[[Phillip Sipiora]]<br />
 
Department of English, CPR 107<br />
 
University of South Florida<br />
 
4202 E. Fowler Ave.<br />
 
Tampa FL 33620–5550<br />
 
(editor [at] mailerreview [dot] org)
 
  
 
All critical approaches are welcome. An editorial committee reviews unsolicited manuscripts. Book reviews are assigned by the editor. Submissions must be transmitted to the Editor as Microsoft Office Word .doc or .docx attachments. Authors should follow MLA Handbook, Seventh edition, for documentation style.
 
All critical approaches are welcome. An editorial committee reviews unsolicited manuscripts. Book reviews are assigned by the editor. Submissions must be transmitted to the Editor as Microsoft Office Word .doc or .docx attachments. Authors should follow MLA Handbook, Seventh edition, for documentation style.
  
 
== Subscriptions ==
 
== Subscriptions ==
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{{Quote box|title=Subscriptions|The Norman Mailer Society<br />c/o [[Jason Mosser]], Treasurer<br />3825 Lavista Road, F3<br />Tucker, GA  30084<br />(treasurer [at] normanmailersociety [dot] org)|width=25%}}
 
Issue rates: individuals, libraries, colleges, and universities in the US Postal Zones are $25 per issue. All foreign mailings, individual and institutional, are $32 per issue. Payment by [https://www.paypal.me/mailersociety PayPal] or check made out to The Norman Mailer Society and mailed to Jason Mosser, Treasurer.
 
Issue rates: individuals, libraries, colleges, and universities in the US Postal Zones are $25 per issue. All foreign mailings, individual and institutional, are $32 per issue. Payment by [https://www.paypal.me/mailersociety PayPal] or check made out to The Norman Mailer Society and mailed to Jason Mosser, Treasurer.
  
 
American subscribers should make out a check to The Norman Mailer Society. Foreign subscribers should send an international money order made out to The Norman Mailer Society. We accept Paypal. Subscriptions mailed to:
 
American subscribers should make out a check to The Norman Mailer Society. Foreign subscribers should send an international money order made out to The Norman Mailer Society. We accept Paypal. Subscriptions mailed to:
  
The Norman Mailer Society<br />
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Single issues may be purchased for $25, sent to Jason Mosser. All payments must be made in US dollars. The ''Mailer Review'' is included with a membership to the Norman Mailer Society.
c/o [[Jason Mosser]], Treasurer<br />
 
3825 Lavista Road, F3<br />
 
Tucker, GA  30084<br />
 
(treasurer [at] normanmailersociety [dot] org)
 
  
Single issues may be purchased for $25, sent to Jason Mosser. All payments must be made in US dollars. The ''Mailer Review'' is included with a membership to the Norman Mailer Society.
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==Additional Information==
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''The Mailer Review'' is published by The Norman Mailer Society and is co-sponsored by the University
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of South Florida and the Mailer Society. Yearly subscription rates: individuals, libraries, colleges,
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and universities in the U.S. Postal Zones, $25 for one issue or $40 for two issues. All foreign
 +
subscriptions, individual and institutional, are $32 per issue or $58 for two issues. Please contact
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''The Mailer Review'' Services for subscription information, including back issues. ''The Mailer Review''
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is available as a benefit to members of The Norman Mailer Society. For membership information,
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please visit our [https://normanmailersociety.org web site]. ''The Mailer Review'' publishes articles,
 +
notes, creative works, cultural/biographical commentary, and book reviews relevant to the life and
 +
work of Norman Mailer. All critical approaches are welcome. Authors are responsible for the accuracy
 +
of all quotations. An editorial committee reviews anonymously unsolicited manuscripts. Book
 +
reviews are assigned. For manuscript guidelines, see our link on the Society web page. Submissions
 +
should include an abstract and completed essay, sent as Microsoft Word attachments to the Editor.
 +
Authors should follow current MLA style of documentation.
  
==Volumes==
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Member: [http://www.celj.org Council of Editors of Learned Journals].
<gallery>
 
File:Mr-10.png|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 10, 2016|Volume 10 (2016): 10th Anniversary Issue
 
File:MR09.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 9, 2015|Volume 9 (2015): ''Maestro''
 
File:MR08.png|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 8, 2014|Volume 8 (2014): Future Bound
 
File:MR07.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 7, 2013|Volume 7 (2013): ''A Double Life'' • ''Mind of an Outlaw''
 
File:MR06.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 6, 2012|Volume 6 (2012): Why Mailer Matters
 
File:MR05.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 5, 2011|Volume 5 (2011): Norris Mailer: a Life in Words
 
File:MR04.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 4, 2010|Volume 4 (2010): Literary Warriors
 
File:MR03.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 3, 2009|Volume 3 (2009): Beyond Fiction
 
File:MR02.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 2, 2008|Volume 2 (2008): Norman Mailer: In Memorium
 
File:MR01.jpg|link=The Mailer Review, Volume 1, 2007|Volume 1 (2007): Inaugural Issue
 
</gallery>
 
  
 
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The Mailer Review is a print journal published annually by the Norman Mailer Society and co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and The Norman Mailer Society. Digital Edition by Project Mailer.

Volumes

To access the issue, click the text below the image.

Submission Guidelines

Editor
Phillip Sipiora
Department of English, CPR 107
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave.
Tampa FL 33620–5550
(editor [at] mailerreview [dot] org)

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. We also publish work in other areas of relevance.

Please send inquiries to the editor.

All critical approaches are welcome. An editorial committee reviews unsolicited manuscripts. Book reviews are assigned by the editor. Submissions must be transmitted to the Editor as Microsoft Office Word .doc or .docx attachments. Authors should follow MLA Handbook, Seventh edition, for documentation style.

Subscriptions

Subscriptions
The Norman Mailer Society
c/o Jason Mosser, Treasurer
3825 Lavista Road, F3
Tucker, GA 30084
(treasurer [at] normanmailersociety [dot] org)

Issue rates: individuals, libraries, colleges, and universities in the US Postal Zones are $25 per issue. All foreign mailings, individual and institutional, are $32 per issue. Payment by PayPal or check made out to The Norman Mailer Society and mailed to Jason Mosser, Treasurer.

American subscribers should make out a check to The Norman Mailer Society. Foreign subscribers should send an international money order made out to The Norman Mailer Society. We accept Paypal. Subscriptions mailed to:

Single issues may be purchased for $25, sent to Jason Mosser. All payments must be made in US dollars. The Mailer Review is included with a membership to the Norman Mailer Society.

Additional Information

The Mailer Review is published by The Norman Mailer Society and is co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and the Mailer Society. Yearly subscription rates: individuals, libraries, colleges, and universities in the U.S. Postal Zones, $25 for one issue or $40 for two issues. All foreign subscriptions, individual and institutional, are $32 per issue or $58 for two issues. Please contact The Mailer Review Services for subscription information, including back issues. The Mailer Review is available as a benefit to members of The Norman Mailer Society. For membership information, please visit our web site. The Mailer Review publishes articles, notes, creative works, cultural/biographical commentary, and book reviews relevant to the life and work of Norman Mailer. All critical approaches are welcome. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of all quotations. An editorial committee reviews anonymously unsolicited manuscripts. Book reviews are assigned. For manuscript guidelines, see our link on the Society web page. Submissions should include an abstract and completed essay, sent as Microsoft Word attachments to the Editor. Authors should follow current MLA style of documentation.

Member: Council of Editors of Learned Journals.