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In this next best thing to a writers' workshop, 13 acclaimed novelists, poets, and cultural icons talk about their lives, their experiences, and their writings in these recorded interviews from NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Includes such noted writers as Norman Mailer, Stephen King, and David Sedaris. 3 CDs.
Norman Mailer: A Double Life
A comprehensive guide covering all 10 seasons (including the current 2008-9 season) of the popular show. It includes a synopsis and an analysis for each episode, as well as commentaries and recollections from the cast and crew. The authors also peek behind the scenes to observe the shooting of an episode in New York City. A fascinating and delightful read which provides the show's devotees with on-screen and backstage trivia.
Drawing on extensive interviews and unpublished letters, as well as his own encounters with Mailer, this authoritative biography of the eminent novelist, journalist and controversial public figure chronicles his entire career and his self-conscious effort to create a distinctive identity for himself.
I said okay, well, if I sell his stuff, he’ll have to cover the revolution and ship film. Danny wasn’t listening, kind of disrespectful, but I appreciated his body of work and thought he’d give us an interesting perspective. I made some calls and got an assignment from Newsweek. Great, but they wanted him to shoot color. I had an enthusiastic intern, an aspiring photographer working for me, Clarence Eli, who was living with Maggie Smith, the owner of Tin Pan Alley, where Nan Goldin used to project “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. ” Clarence, want to go to Haiti as Danny’s assistant. Listen, Clarence, I’m going to send you on my own dime. Your job is to mind Danny. Make sure he shoots some color. Fucking catastrophe right away. The flight to Miami departed at 5 p. m. , and I started calling Danny at noon. But from his farm on the North Fork Danny couldn’t make it to JFK on time. his wife said he was asleep. Clarence goes ahead, finds a place to stay, rents a jeep. Forty-eight hours later Danny shows up in Port-au-Prince. Clarence was waiting at the airport, but when Danny sees the jeep, he refuses to get in. Apparently the vehicle was not to his taste. Clarence would have done almost anything to service Danny. But that wouldn’t have been much fun, right. The great civil-rights photographer needed to torture his own voodoo doll, teach him his place in the world. At one point they argued during a street riot in Port-au-Prince. Clarence tried to put color film in one of his cameras. Danny threw the film away and pushed him. When they went at it, the cops noticed and came over to break up the fight. In the middle of a revolution, the photographer becomes the spectacle. Obviously a safer choice for the cops to pull apart two crazy gringos than expose themselves to an angry mob, but really …. A couple of days later Esquire’s David Hershey assigned Gilles Peress to the story. I also called Newsweek to temporize their expectations of getting anything publishable from Danny. They responded by assigning Eli Reed. Eventually Magnum had three photographers plus an assistant in Haiti. I told Clarence to make himself useful, but by then Danny was complaining about him to Gilles. For some reason no one wanted to be seen with Eli who was paranoid because the locals were looking at him as if he were a Macoute. ] Four people working for the same co-op and no one will speak to each other. They couldn’t get a phone line out of Haiti until two or three in the morning, when I would get phone calls in succession from Clarence, from Danny, from Gilles, and from Eli. When one would hang up and my number wasn’t busy anymore, as I’m about to fall asleep, the next call would come through. that they couldn’t coordinate things among themselves and refused my direction. RM: Were they in the same place in Haiti. RD: They were all in Port-au-Prince at first. Danny and Clarence went up to Gonaïves at some point. He got some wonderful shots of the local insurgent leader, Jean Tatoune. RM: I understand the artistic reasons why photographers want to shoot in black & white, but at that time you needed color, didn’t you. RD: Anyone that’s proficient can shoot both color and black & white at the same time. But I couldn’t get any money for it unless he was shooting color. RM: How did it work out finally. RD: Funny you should ask. Danny was shooting some large-format b&w with his Hasselblad. Clarence shipped the film. Yetish Nanjundapa processed it and made contacts in our darkroom. When I came back upstairs she was sifting through Danny’s contacts and seemed disturbed. She looked up, “What is this. ” I grabbed the contacts. Page after page showed naked women posing casually in a hotel room. Oh yeah, and here’s a mirror shot of one with Danny. He’s naked too. Not that frame in particular but one or two of those shots made it into his book, Merci Gonaïves. The Haitian revolution according to Danny Lyon. RM: Any other disasters. RD: Susan Meiselas was on assignment for Newsweek during the 1986 EDSA Revolution in the Philippines.
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Norman Kingsley Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007) was an American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, film-maker, actor, and political activist.
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