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* '''2019-12-02''': Susan Mailer and J. Michael Lennon will appear at an event at the 92Y on May 20, 2020 at 7pm. See the [https://www.92y.org/event/my-father-norman-mailer 92Y’s event page] for more information and tickets.
* '''2019-11-21''': [https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/walter-minton-us-publisher-of-lolita-dies-at-96/2019/11/20/a2c027f6-0bd7-11ea-8054-289aef6e38a3_story.html Walter Minton, US publisher of ‘Lolita,‘ dies at 96]. The ''Washington Post'' reports: “Walter J. Minton, a publishing scion and risk taker with a self-described “nasty streak” who as head of G.P. Putnam’s Sons released works by Norman Mailer and Terry Southern among others and signed up Vladimir Nabokov’s scandalous “Lolita,” has died at age 96.”
* '''2019-11-21''': [https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/walter-minton-us-publisher-of-lolita-dies-at-96/2019/11/20/a2c027f6-0bd7-11ea-8054-289aef6e38a3_story.html Walter Minton, US publisher of ‘Lolita,‘ dies at 96]. The ''Washington Post'' reports: “Walter J. Minton, a publishing scion and risk taker with a self-described “nasty streak” who as head of G.P. Putnam’s Sons released works by Norman Mailer and Terry Southern among others and signed up Vladimir Nabokov’s scandalous “Lolita,” has died at age 96.”
* '''2019-11-09''': Via ''The Nation'', “[https://www.thenation.com/article/lauren-michele-jackson-white-negroes-interview/ Lauren Michele Jackson Wants to Change How We Talk About Appropriation]”: “I honestly can’t remember when I first encountered [[The White Negro|Mailer’s essay]], but it was in the back of my head as I was compiling this project and thinking of a name for it. In some ways, the connections between these two works are fairly loose: I’m borrowing a term and elaborating upon it for my own purposes. But because I am borrowing, too, I want to actually acknowledge the essay and do a close reading of it in a way that feels meaningful.”
* '''2019-11-09''': Via ''The Nation'', “[https://www.thenation.com/article/lauren-michele-jackson-white-negroes-interview/ Lauren Michele Jackson Wants to Change How We Talk About Appropriation]”: “I honestly can’t remember when I first encountered [[The White Negro|Mailer’s essay]], but it was in the back of my head as I was compiling this project and thinking of a name for it. In some ways, the connections between these two works are fairly loose: I’m borrowing a term and elaborating upon it for my own purposes. But because I am borrowing, too, I want to actually acknowledge the essay and do a close reading of it in a way that feels meaningful.”