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On Norman Mailer, Jack Henry Abbott, and the Legacy of Going Too Deep Into the Belly of the Beast

On Norman Mailer, Jack Henry Abbott, and the Legacy of Going Too Deep Into the Belly of the Beast

By Christopher John Stephens

19 May 2017 // 2:00 AM

How Norman Mailer, while preparing 1979's The Executioner's Song, collaborated with Jack Henry Abbott and opened doors that should have remained shut....

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David Sedaris' 'Theft By Finding', Truth or Elaboration, Matters Not

By Deborah Krieger

18 May 2017 // 2:30 AM

David Sedaris' decades-spanning collection of his diary entries reveals the growth of one of America's most beloved humorists. ...

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Midwestern 'Weirdness' Inspires Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods'>

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods tackles earth-rumbling concepts -- faith, mortality, media obsession -- but his acclaimed novel is rooted in the relative quiet of the Midwest....

Alec Baldwin Reflects on His Life, Career in Witty Memoir 'Nevertheless'>

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