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* '''2019-07-11''': RIP, Rip Torn. Via ''Esquire'': “[https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a28350285/rip-torn-norman-mailer-fight-maidstone/ Rip Torn's Hairy, Shirtless Brawl With Norman Mailer Remains A Legendary Moment of Movie History].”
* '''2019-07-10''': John J. Lennon, currently serving twenty-eight years to life at Sing Sing, writes: “[https://www.nybooks.com/daily/2019/07/09/the-murderer-the-writer-the-reckoning/ The Murderer, the Writer, the Reckoning]” about the [[:Category:Abbott Affair|Abbott Affair]].
* '''2019-07-09''': Two new interviews with Mailer have been posted on YouTube: [https://youtu.be/IB2QglKpbsI Jeremy Isaacs on ''Face to Face''] and [https://youtu.be/oQY-_5BYEYA Jana Wendt on ''Uncensored''].
* '''2019-07-09''': Two new interviews with Mailer have been posted on YouTube: [https://youtu.be/IB2QglKpbsI Jeremy Isaacs on ''Face to Face''] and [https://youtu.be/oQY-_5BYEYA Jana Wendt on ''Uncensored''].
* '''2019-06-26''': From ''The Atlantic'': James Parker, in [https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/07/mailer-on-the-moon/590629/ {{" '}}A Work of Art Designed by the Devil{{' "}}], writes “Dispatched by ''Life'' magazine to cover the Apollo 11 mission, Norman Mailer saw the lunar landing not as a triumph for mankind but as evidence of our hubris.”
* '''2019-06-26''': From ''The Atlantic'': James Parker, in [https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/07/mailer-on-the-moon/590629/ {{" '}}A Work of Art Designed by the Devil{{' "}}], writes “Dispatched by ''Life'' magazine to cover the Apollo 11 mission, Norman Mailer saw the lunar landing not as a triumph for mankind but as evidence of our hubris.”

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