Volume 4 | Number 1 | Fall 2010


Articles and Miscellany

  • Ernest Hemingway
    [Letter to Norman Mailer, August 12, 1959]
  • Norman Mailer
    Postscript to the Fourth Advertisement for Myself
  • Norman Mailer
    Hemingway Revisited
  • J. Michael Lennon
    Hemingway to Mailer — A Delayed Response to The Deer Park
  • John Hemingway
    Norman, Ernest, and Greg
  • Robert J. Begiebing
    Ernest and Norman: A Dialogue in Two Acts
  • Philip Bufithis and Kirk Curnutt
    A Dialogue Essay on Mailer and Hemingway
  • James H. Meredith
    The American Civil War in The Naked and the Dead and Across the River and Into the Trees
  • Michael L. Shuman
    Norman vs. Ernest: Influence and Identity
  • Bill Lowenburg
    Hooking Off the Jab: Norman Mailer, Ernest Hemingway and Boxing
  • Mark Cirino
    Norman Mailer’s The Fight: Hemingway, Bullfighting, and the Lovely Metaphysics of Boxing
  • Kasia Boddy
    Mailer, Hemingway, and Boxing
  • Barry H. Leeds
    Firearms in the Works of Hemingway and Mailer
  • Erik Nakjavani
    A Visionary Hermeneutic Appropriation: Meditations on Hemingway’s Influence on Mailer
  • James Plath
    Jive-Ass Aficionado: Why Are We in Vietnam? and Hemingway’s Moral Code
  • Ezra Cappell
    Hemingway’s Jewish Progeny: Roth and Goldstein in The Naked and the Dead
  • Victor Peppard
    Mailer, Hemingway, and the “Reds”
  • Donald L. Kaufmann
    Ernest and Norman (Exit Music)
  • Hilary K. Justice
    Authorship and Alienation in Death in the Afternoon and Advertisements for Myself
  • Allen Josephs
    Mailer’s “Footnote to Death in the Afternoon
  • Peter Hays
    Battles for Regard, Writerly and Otherwise
  • Mimi R. Gladstein
    Norman, Papa, and the Autoerotic Construction of Woman
  • Bob Batchelor
    Looking at the Past: Nostalgia as Technique in
    The Naked and the Dead and For Whom the Bell Tolls
  • Kathleen Robinson
    Effects of Trauma on the Narrative Structures of
    Across the River and Into the Trees and The Naked and the Dead
  • Raymond M. Vince
    Rumors of Grace: God-Language in Hemingway and Mailer
  • J’aimé L. Sanders
    Death, Art, and the Disturbing: Hemingway and Mailer and the Art of Writing
  • H. R. Stoneback
    “Oohh Normie — You’re Sooo Hemingway”: Mailer Memories and Encounters
  • Thomas Jacomo
    Sparring with Norman
  • Andrew Gordon
    Encounters with Mailer
  • Gail D. Sinclair
    Norman Mailer: An Expected Encounter in an Unexpected Place
  • Ross Klavan
    On Reading Mailer Too Young
  • Erin Miele
    What Norman Mailer Taught Me about Combat
  • Alex Vernon
    Style, Politics, and Hemingway’s Spanish Civil War Dispatches
  • Maureen O’Neill Hooker
    Norman Mailer: From Orgone Accumulator to Cancer Protection for Schizophrenics
  • Matthew S. Hinton
    Advertisements for Others: The Blurbs of Norman Mailer
  • Alexander Hicks
    Harlot’s Ghost, Bildungsroman, Masculinity and Hemingway
  • Erin Mercer
    Automatons and the Atomic Abyss: The Naked and the Dead
  • Katharine Westaway
    “A Noble Pursuit”: The Armies of the Night as Outside Agitator
  • Sue Fox
    Norris Church Mailer

Classic Interpretation

  • Max Apple
    Inside Norman Mailer

Book Reviews

  • A Ticket to the Circus
    John Bowers
    Norris Church Mailer: An Artist from Arkansas
  • Fighters and Writers
    Sal Cetrano
    All You Need is Glove
  • 1959: The Year that Changed Everything
    William T. Ross
    1959: One of Mailer’s Years

Creative Works

  • Daniele Pantano
    Mailer & Hemingway: Low-Voiced Confessions
  • Robbin Martinelli
    From Where The Rivers Come
  • Nicholas Samaras
    Norman Mailer and Ernest Hemingway Do Not Box in Heaven
  • Francis Blessington
    The Boxer in the Park


  • Shannon L. Zinck
    Norman Mailer Bibliography: 2009
  • Contributors

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