October 8, 2020
From Gerald R. Lucas
Michael Dirda mentions us in the Washington Post:
|“||Among late 20th-century American writers, none can rival Norman Mailer and Hunter S. Thompson in sheer force of personality, both on the page and in person. Mailer, whether in his fiction, polemical essays or reportage, always aimed to be consequential, to be fiercely engaged with his times. Would that he were living now! For a hint of what we’ve lost, check out the latest book-length issue, Volume 13, of “The Mailer Review” at the home page of The Norman Mailer Society.||”|
How cool is that? And with the conference coming up next week, the timing is perfect.