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Revision as of 22:01, 20 February 2019

« The Mailer ReviewVolume 2 Number 1 • 2008 • In Memorium »
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Norman Mailer: 1923–2007

Reflections

In Memorium

The Time of His Time: A Celebration of the Life of Norman Mailer

Tributes to Norman Mailer

Articles, Interviews, Miscellany

Classic Interpretation

Book Reviews

  • On God: An Uncommon Conversation
    John Bowers
    Mailer’s Last Words
  • On God: An Uncommon Conversation
    Eugene Cullen Kennedy
    You Are Too Healthy for the World
  • On God: An Uncommon Conversation
    Phillip Sipiora
    Norman Mailer, Metaphysician at Work

Creative Works

Bibliography

Masthead

  • EDITOR
    Phillip Sipiora
  • DEPUTY EDITOR
    Gerald R. Lucas
  • MANAGING EDITOR
    Constance E. Holmes
  • ASSOCIATE EDITORS
    Shannon L. Zinck
    James R.Miller
    Raymond M. Vince
  • ADVISORY EDITOR
    Carol Holmes
  • RESEARCH EDITOR
    Kristine A. Wilson
  • EDITORIAL BOARD
    J. Michael Lennon, Chair of Editorial Board (Wilkes University), Robert J. Begiebing (Southern New Hampshire University), John Whalen-Bridge (National University of Singapore), Philip Bufithis (Shepherd University), Christopher Busa (Founder and Editor of Provincetown Arts Press), Morris Dickstein (Graduate Center, City University of New York), Laura Adams Dunham (Independent Scholar), Michael Glenday (The Open University, United Kingdom), Hunt Hawkins (University of South Florida), Barry H. Leeds (Central Connecticut State University), Deborah Martinson (Occidental College), Michael Millgate (University of Toronto), Christopher Ricks (Boston University), Phillip Sipiora (University of South Florida), Thomas F. Staley (Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin), Barbara Mailer Wasserman (Memoirist).

Notes

  1. This list has been incorporated into the project Norman Mailer: Works and Days so is not reprinted here.
  2. This list has been incorporated into the project Norman Mailer: Works and Days so is not reprinted here. See “Norman Mailer's First Editions
  3. This bibliography has been incorporated into the project Norman Mailer: Works and Days so is not reprinted here.