“In Another Place” Paints Portrait of Norman Mailer as a Father

From a literary career that garnered two Pulitzer Prizes and a National Book Award to his infamous clashes with prominent members of the Women’s Liberation movement, Norman Mailer was among the most celebrated, talented and controversial writers of the 20th Century. Now, In Another Place (Northampton House Press), his daughter Susan Mailer tells the story of her “intense and complex” relationship with her father, her mother and her five stepmothers (as well as his numerous mistresses), along with the benefits and many drawbacks of being the eldest child of nine siblings.

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