Norman Mailer reads from Tough Guys Don’t Dance and answers questions at Michigan State University in March 1990. Mailer also reads some of his poetry and discusses the current American zeitgeist is at his best of the era.
Recorded on May 10th, 1967, Norman Mailer speaks out with a humorous candor against the Vietnam War and Lyndon Johnson; he lampoons the Harvard Crimson asking the question: “Where is America going?” Mailer also reads excerpts from “In The Red Light,” and “Superman Comes To The Supermarket.”
In this piece of archival audio, Norman Mailer visits with an audience at the Central Library in Philly in 2007. For 60 minutes, Mailer chats about Hitler, television culture (his watching of American Idol), the Iraq War, Ernest Hemingway, and Bullshit Mountain. Mailer takes the audience through quite a range of contemporary discussion.