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“Literary Lasagna: A Conversation with the Least Famous Person You’ll See Regularly at Elaine’s.” Article-interview by Charles T. Powers. Rolling Stone, 6 October. Contains interview with Elaine Kaufman about the writers, actors and politicians who frequented her restaurant. Mailer is quoted briefly about a fight he had at Elaine’s with Jerry Leiber, the lyricist who wrote the words to “Hound Dog,” among other hits. Mailer spent considerable time at Elaine’s, table No. 4.