Norman Mailer Bibliography: 2010

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Norman Mailer Bibliography: 2010


Zinck, Shannon L., The Mailer Review


Addenda Through 2009

PRIMARY

Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, Dissertations, and Creative Works

Mailer, Norman. "Norman Mailer: Deer Park Letters" New York Review of Books 26 Feb. 2009:19-22. Print. This text is a selection of Norman Mailer's letters to various novelists, including William Styron, Vance Bourjaily, and James Jones, provided by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

--. "Norman Mailer: Letters on Writing." New York Review of Books 12 Feb. 2009:19-20. Print. This text is a selection of Norman Mailer's letters, including one to his parents and one to his editor at Little, Brown, both concerning his work on The Naked and the Dead. All letters were provided by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

--. "Norman Mailer: Letters to Jack Abbott." New York Review of Books 12 Mar. 2009: 26-28. Print. This text is a selection of Norman Mailer's letters, including two to Jack Abbott, provided by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

SECONDARY

Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, Dissertations, and Creative Works

Bai, Matt. "The Way We Live Now: The Edge of the Mystery" New York Times Magazine 18 Jan. 2009:37. Print. Using Mailer's writing on John F. Kennedy to establish the American desire for a revolutionary political leader, Bai proceeds to examine the possibility that President Obama is a new "hipster" hero who is capable of regenerating "the myth of the nation" Daniels, Anthony. "Boxing with Mailer." New Criterion 27.7 (2009): 76-80. Print.

Noiville, Florence. "Norman Mailer: The American Prophet." Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 32.1 (2009): 243-44. Print.

Raymond, Dwayne. "When Mailer Almost Profiled Obama." Huffington Post. HuffPost News, 15 Jan. 2009. Web.

Weinman, Sarah. "The Norman Mailer Writers Colony." Poets & Writers 37.2 (2009): 66 -71. Print.

Book and Film Reviews

"Briefly Noted" Harper's Magazine Feb. 2009:29. Print. This article presents an excerpt from a January 1969 FBI review of Norman Mailer's Miami and the Siege of Chicago.

2010

PRIMARY

Mailer, John Buffalo. "John Buffalo Mailer Talks New Orleans Through the Eyes of Strippers (Part I)" Interview by Mark Coker. Huffington Post. HuffPost News, 12 Mar. 2010. Web.

--. "How Norman Mailer Shaped John Buffalo Mailer (Part II)" Interview by Mark Coker. Huffington Post. HuffPost News, 15 Mar. 2010. Web.

Mailer, Norman. "The Executioner's Song." Creative Nonfiction 39 (2010): 7-12. Print. This text is a brief excerpt from Norman Mailer's The Executioner's Song.

--. "Hemingway Revisited" The Mailer Review 4.1 (2010): 22-30. Print.

--. "Huck Finn, Alive at 100." The Mark Twain Anthology: Great Writers on His Life and Works. Ed. Shelley Fisher Fishkin. New York: Library of America, 2010. 317-324. Print.

--. Norman Mailer: MoonFire: The Epic Journey of Apollo 11. Contr. Colum McCann. Cologne: Taschen, 2010. Print.

--. "Postscript to the Fourth Advertisement for Myself" Advertisements for Myself. New York: Putnam, 1959. 265-67. Rpt in The Mailer Review 4.1 (2010): 19-21. Print.

Mailer, Norris Church. Interview by Sue Fox. "Norris Church Mailer." The Mailer Review 4.1 (2010): 495-503. Print.

SECONDARY

Essays, Articles, Book Chapters, Dissertations, and Creative Works

Alexander, Jonathan. "Straight Eye for the Gay Guy: Composing Queerness." Journal of Homosexuality 57.6 (2010): 697-729. Print. This article explores different cultural texts in which straight men attempt to represent male homosexuality, including Norman Mailer's "The Homosexual Villain."

Apple, Max. "Inside Norman Mailer." The Mailer Review 4.1 (2010): 504-13. Print. Rpt. from The Oranging of America. New York: Viking, 1976. 49-60.

Batchelor, Bob. …

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