An essential guide to the life and work of one of America's most controversial writers.
One of the best American novels ever written: a rolicking, controversial New York fable.
Mailer's classic account of the 1967 anti-Vietnam War rally in Washington D.C., and one of the best 'nonfiction novels' ever written.
Mailer's masterful account of the 1968 presidential conventions, a snapshot of sixties turbulence.
One of the finest American novels ever written, Norman Mailer's classic account of the Philippines campaign of WW2.
Four Mailer classics in one volume for the first time, books that crackle with the creative energy and raw passions of America's most turbulent decade.
A gripping coming-of age story set during a hunting trip in the Alaskan wilderness from one of America’s most incisive writers.
Available for the first time in a Random House trade paperback edition and perfectly timed to tie in to the 2016 political conventions.
If you were enthralled by Capote's In Cold Blood, read The Executioner's Song
A Fire on the Moon, written as events unfolded, is Mailer's matchless account of the Apollo 11 mission: the psychology of the astronauts, the launch of their rocket in a burst of white flame, the families left behind, and Mailer's anxieties and terrors about the enormity of what they were doing.
Mind of an Outlaw brings together the best of Mailer's essays, as he writes on Marilyn Monroe, culture, ideology, boxing, writers from Hemingway to Freud, politics, sex, celebrity and Norman Mailer.
Norman Mailer's acclaimed biography of Hollywood's iconic leading lady, available for the first time in mass-market paperback on the 50th anniversary of her death