Norman Mailer Society

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Devoted to the Legacy of Norman Mailer

The Norman Mailer Society, a non-profit organization, was founded in 2003 to celebrate Norman Mailer, author of 40 books and the chronicler of the American Century. It has approximately 300 members and meets annually for three days for panels, papers, films and informal discussion about the life, work and reputation of the late Mr. Mailer.


Since 2003, the Norman Mailer Society has been dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the legacy of author Norman Mailer.


All people, professionals to enthusiasts, are encouraged to join the Norman Mailer Society and support our endeavors.


The Norman Mailer Society holds an annual conference. Activities include paper presentations, panel discussions, viewings of films, social events, and more.

Robert F. Lucid Award

The Robert F. Lucid Award for Mailer Studies was established in 2003 in recognition of Professor Lucid’s long and distinguished career as a Mailer scholar-critic.

Contact Us
info [at] normanmailersociety [dot] org

Support Us

By purchasing books through the links on this site, you support the Norman Mailer Society and Project Mailer. Please also consider joining or donating to the Norman Mailer Society. And follow the Society on Twitter.

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