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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.