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* '''2019-05-24''': Via the ''New York Post'', “[https://nypost.com/2019/05/23/esquire-editor-in-chief-jay-fielden-to-step-down-from-post/ Esquire editor-in-chief Jay Fielden to step down].” The magazine, now 86 years old, has been owned by Hearst since 1986. During its heyday from 1961 to 1973 under legendary editor Harold Hayes, it was renowned for both discovering young up-and-coming writers and publishing some of the greatest names in letters — from Ernest Hemingway to Norman Mailer and Tom Wolfe.
* '''2019-05-11''': According to Mental Floss, “[http://mentalfloss.com/article/582842/norman-mailer-moonfire-apollo-11-book-50th-anniversary Norman Mailer's ''MoonFire'': The Epic Journey of Apollo 11 Is Getting a Special 50th Anniversary Release from TASCHEN].” This new volume arrives just before the 50th anniversary of ''Of a Fire on the Moon''.
* '''2019-05-11''': According to Mental Floss, “[http://mentalfloss.com/article/582842/norman-mailer-moonfire-apollo-11-book-50th-anniversary Norman Mailer's ''MoonFire'': The Epic Journey of Apollo 11 Is Getting a Special 50th Anniversary Release from TASCHEN].” This new volume arrives just before the 50th anniversary of ''Of a Fire on the Moon''.
* '''2019-05-10''': Via [https://www.goerie.com/photogallery/PA/20190510/NEWS/510009999/PH/1 GoErie]: “Author Norman Mailer, who had previously pleaded guilty to 3rd degree assault in the stabbing of his wife, Adele Morales, leaves general sessions courtroom May 10, 1961 after Judge Mitchell D. Schweitzer put off sentencing until November 13, 1961. Mailer is accompanied by court officer Pat Gormley, at left in rear. Mailer was countinued in $2,500 bail, and ordered to report at intervals to the probation department. In putting off sentencing, Judge Schweitzer hinted that if Mailer behaved himself he might receive a suspended sentence.” See photo 5.
* '''2019-05-10''': Via [https://www.goerie.com/photogallery/PA/20190510/NEWS/510009999/PH/1 GoErie]: “Author Norman Mailer, who had previously pleaded guilty to 3rd degree assault in the stabbing of his wife, Adele Morales, leaves general sessions courtroom May 10, 1961 after Judge Mitchell D. Schweitzer put off sentencing until November 13, 1961. Mailer is accompanied by court officer Pat Gormley, at left in rear. Mailer was countinued in $2,500 bail, and ordered to report at intervals to the probation department. In putting off sentencing, Judge Schweitzer hinted that if Mailer behaved himself he might receive a suspended sentence.” See photo 5.

Revision as of 09:46, 24 May 2019

  • 2019-05-24: Via the New York Post, “Esquire editor-in-chief Jay Fielden to step down.” The magazine, now 86 years old, has been owned by Hearst since 1986. During its heyday from 1961 to 1973 under legendary editor Harold Hayes, it was renowned for both discovering young up-and-coming writers and publishing some of the greatest names in letters — from Ernest Hemingway to Norman Mailer and Tom Wolfe.
  • 2019-05-11: According to Mental Floss, “Norman Mailer's MoonFire: The Epic Journey of Apollo 11 Is Getting a Special 50th Anniversary Release from TASCHEN.” This new volume arrives just before the 50th anniversary of Of a Fire on the Moon.
  • 2019-05-10: Via GoErie: “Author Norman Mailer, who had previously pleaded guilty to 3rd degree assault in the stabbing of his wife, Adele Morales, leaves general sessions courtroom May 10, 1961 after Judge Mitchell D. Schweitzer put off sentencing until November 13, 1961. Mailer is accompanied by court officer Pat Gormley, at left in rear. Mailer was countinued in $2,500 bail, and ordered to report at intervals to the probation department. In putting off sentencing, Judge Schweitzer hinted that if Mailer behaved himself he might receive a suspended sentence.” See photo 5.
  • 2019-05-09: At David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village, Danielle Mailer exhibits colorful, intricate works. Her exhibit “Magical Reality: New Works” (Saturday, May 18 from 4 to 6 p.m.) will include the artist’s distinctive narrative-themed paintings featuring bright and bold colors and intricate designs.
  • 2019-05-05: Fifty years ago today the Pulitzer Prize was awarded to Mailer for his “nonfiction novel” Armies of the Night, an account of the 1967 anti-Vietnam War march on the Pentagon. (Via History Net.)
  • 2019-04-27: In “One giant leap for mankind: 50 years on, the epic journey of Apollo 11,” Taschen writes “When three astronauts accomplished the first moon landing half a century ago, science fiction became reality. Their achievement, and the decade of work that made it possible, is recalled in a 50th anniversary edition of Norman Mailer’s classic book Of a Fire on the Moon. In Independent
  • 2019-04-25: MGA Graduate Students Publish Digital Humanities Project About Norman Mailer. Students in Dr. Gerald Lucas’s graduate course, “Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments,” helped construct a digital humanities project, “An American Dream Expanded”, published on Project Mailer, part of the Norman Mailer Society.
  • 2019-04-13: In “The Fight (1975) by Norman Mailer: Feel the punch of a heavyweight,” Rob Doyle argues that “Mailer is no ‘bad joke’ – he writes with a reckless candour foreign to today’s nice guys.” Thanks, Rob! In The Irish Times
  • 2019-04-05: The Village Voice has published “Norman Mailer Runs for Mayor” from their archives. Joe Flaherty writes: “As radical as the program sounded, it made complete sense to me, and I also realized there wasn’t a politician in New York who would dare run on such ideas. Mailer was now my man.”
  • 2019-03-22: Emily Temple of LitHub shows that Mailer’s career spanned 59 years, just shy of Borges’ 62.
  • 2019-03-18: Call for Proposals: 17th Annual Norman Mailer Conference
  • 2019-03-16: Call for Submissions: The Norman Mailer Society Graduate Writing Award
  • 2019-02-05: 2019 Membership Drive: We begin our annual Norman Mailer Society Membership Drive
  • 2019-01-26: The Washington Post reports that Diana Athill, one-time Mailer editor, dies. She was 101.