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* '''2020-10-23''': The ''Daily Bulletin'' lists ''[[The Executioner’s Song]]'' as one of “[https://www.dailybulletin.com/2020/10/22/13-terrifying-books-to-haunt-your-dreams-as-halloween-approaches/ 13 terrifying books to haunt your dreams as Halloween approaches].” They write: “This is Mailer’s true-crime account of the murders perpetrated by Gary Gilmore and Gilmore’s execution by firing squad in Utah. It won the Pulitzer Prize for its portrayal of the devastation of those killings and the questions raised about the justice of capital punishment.”
* '''2020-10-20''': Join [[Susan Mailer]] and [[J. Michael Lennon]] in a virtual conversation about Susan’s memoir ''In Another Place: With and Without My Father, Norman Mailer'' at the 92Y on November 15, 2020 at 7pm EST. For more information, check [https://www.92y.org/event/my-father-norman-mailer the 92Y web site]. Registration is $20, and must be done before the event.
* '''2020-10-20''': Join [[Susan Mailer]] and [[J. Michael Lennon]] in a virtual conversation about Susan’s memoir ''In Another Place: With and Without My Father, Norman Mailer'' at the 92Y on November 15, 2020 at 7pm EST. For more information, check [https://www.92y.org/event/my-father-norman-mailer the 92Y web site]. Registration is $20, and must be done before the event.
* '''2020-10-19''': Thomas Doherty [https://artsfuse.org/213913/film-review-town-bloody-hall-rip-roaring-feminist-cross-fire/ reviews ''Town Bloody Hall'']: “The 1979 documentary . . . is a time tunnel passageway into what stand-up comedians used to call ‘women’s lib.’ It is still liable to raise a gendered ruckus — and provide a rollicking good time.” And Sean Murphy also [https://www.pulitzer.org/article/most-important-single-intellectual-event-last-few-years-norman-mailer-and-town-bloody-hall reviews Criterion’s reissue of the 1979 documentary] for The Pulitzer Prizes.
* '''2020-10-19''': Thomas Doherty [https://artsfuse.org/213913/film-review-town-bloody-hall-rip-roaring-feminist-cross-fire/ reviews ''Town Bloody Hall'']: “The 1979 documentary . . . is a time tunnel passageway into what stand-up comedians used to call ‘women’s lib.’ It is still liable to raise a gendered ruckus — and provide a rollicking good time.” And Sean Murphy also [https://www.pulitzer.org/article/most-important-single-intellectual-event-last-few-years-norman-mailer-and-town-bloody-hall reviews Criterion’s reissue of the 1979 documentary] for The Pulitzer Prizes.

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