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==Classic Interpretation==
 
==Classic Interpretation==
* '''An Interview with [[Diana Sheets]]'''<br />[[/Norman Mailer and Tom Wolfe, Two Leaders of “New Journalism” or Writers Striving to Create the Great American Novel?/]]
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* '''An Interview with Diana Sheets'''<br />[[/Norman Mailer and Tom Wolfe, Two Leaders of “New Journalism” or Writers Striving to Create the Great American Novel?/]]
  
 
==Book Reviews==
 
==Book Reviews==
 
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* ''In Another Place With and Without my Father, Norman Mailer''<br />[[/Bonnie Culver/]]<br />[[/Patrolling No-Man’s Land, Living on the Border/]]
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* ''In Another Place With and Without my Father, Norman Mailer''<br />'''[[Bonnie Culver]]'''<br />[[/Patrolling No-Man’s Land, Living on the Border/]]
 
* ''Norman Mailer: Works and Days''<br />'''[[Robert J. Begiebing]]'''<br />[[/Our Wounded Giant: Works and Days/]]
 
* ''Norman Mailer: Works and Days''<br />'''[[Robert J. Begiebing]]'''<br />[[/Our Wounded Giant: Works and Days/]]
 
* ''Bootlegger of the Soul: The Literary Legacy of William Kennedy''<br />'''Robert J. Begiebing'''<br />[[/Soul Bootlegger/]]
 
* ''Bootlegger of the Soul: The Literary Legacy of William Kennedy''<br />'''Robert J. Begiebing'''<br />[[/Soul Bootlegger/]]
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==Creative Works==
 
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* [[/Philip Brady/]]<br />[[/Nothing Attested, Everything Sung/]]
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* [[/Robert Guffey/]]<br />[[/Fleshy Mounds/]]
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* '''[[Robert Guffey]]'''<br />[[/Fleshy Mounds/]]
* [[/Gary D. Rhodes/]]<br />[[/“Prisoner’s Cinema”/]]
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* '''[[Gary D. Rhodes]]'''<br />[[/“Prisoner’s Cinema”/]]
* [[/Raymond M. Vince/]]<br />[[/You Shall Not Pass/]]
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* '''[[Raymond M. Vince]]'''<br />[[/You Shall Not Pass/]]
* [[/Jason Mosser/]]<br />[[/Pill/]]
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* '''[[Jason Mosser]]'''<br />[[/Pill/]]
* [[/Stephen Eric Berry/]]<br />[[/Aphrodite in Transition/]]
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* '''[[Stephen Eric Berry]]'''<br />[[/Aphrodite in Transition/]]
* [[/Sal Cetrano/]]<br />[[/To Linda, at Creedmore/]]<br />[[/Naming/]]<br />[[/Sleeping Weather/]]<br />[[/Visit to Berkeley, 1978/]]<br />[[/For Plato/]]<br />[[/Mission Statement/]]
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* '''[[Sal Cetrano]]'''<br />[[/To Linda, at Creedmore/]]<br />[[/Naming/]]<br />[[/Sleeping Weather/]]<br />[[/Visit to Berkeley, 1978/]]<br />[[/For Plato/]]<br />[[/Mission Statement/]]
 
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« The Mailer ReviewVolume 12 Number 1 • 2018 »
The Mailer Review, Volume 12, 2018
ALT=The Mailer Review, Volume 12
Editorial Staff
EditorPhillip Sipiora
Deputy EditorMichael L. Shuman
Digital Editor,
Webmaster
Gerald R. Lucas
Managing EditorChondell Villines
Biographer,
Associate Editor
Shannon L. Zinck
Assistant EditorRichard Reisinger
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), Andrew Gordon (University of Florida), Hunt Hawkins (University of South Florida), 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).

Reflections

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Book Reviews

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Bibliography

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