Difference between revisions of "Norman Mailer Society/News"

From Project Mailer
(4/1 update.)
(Added 4/20/20.)
Line 2: Line 2:
{{NMS News Tabs}}
{{NMS News Tabs}}


* '''2020-04-25''': In the ''LA Review of Books'', Mark Hanson writes about “[https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/mailer-in-miami/ Mailer in Miami]”: “Whenever Mailer changed gears from fiction to journalism, the novelistic keen eye for character and detailed scene-setting merged with the beat reporter’s feel for the smoke-filled back rooms.”
* '''2020-04-01''': Join us for this year’s conference in Long Branch, NJ, October 15–17. More information is on our [[Norman Mailer Society/Conference/2020 Long Branch, NJ|conference page]].
* '''2020-04-01''': Join us for this year’s conference in Long Branch, NJ, October 15–17. More information is on our [[Norman Mailer Society/Conference/2020 Long Branch, NJ|conference page]].
* '''2020-03-19''': The ''New York Times'' recommends ''The Executioner’s Song'' in “[https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/arts/true-crime-favorites.html True Crime Favorites From New York Times Critics and Staff].” Dwight Garner writes: “With ‘The Executioner’s Song,’ Norman Mailer seemed to cram all of America into this sprawling book about the life and death of the murderer Gary Gilmore. He became internationally famous after he demanded that the state of Utah, where he killed two people, put him to death. The book, which won a Pulitzer Prize, is awesome in its sweep, power and (for Mailer) plain-spoken humanity.”
* '''2020-03-19''': The ''New York Times'' recommends ''The Executioner’s Song'' in “[https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/arts/true-crime-favorites.html True Crime Favorites From New York Times Critics and Staff].” Dwight Garner writes: “With ‘The Executioner’s Song,’ Norman Mailer seemed to cram all of America into this sprawling book about the life and death of the murderer Gary Gilmore. He became internationally famous after he demanded that the state of Utah, where he killed two people, put him to death. The book, which won a Pulitzer Prize, is awesome in its sweep, power and (for Mailer) plain-spoken humanity.”

Revision as of 07:33, 9 May 2020

Nms1.png


 News About Join Conference 

Template:NMS News Tabs

Have News?

Send it to us: info@normanmailersociety.org. You can also follow us on Twitter.

*     *     *
Support Project Mailer and the Norman Mailer Society
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.
Wd banner lg.jpg