Who is mailer?

  • (noun): United States writer (born in 1923).
    Synonyms: Norman Mailer
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on mailer, mailers:

Intelligent Mail Barcode - Data Payload - Mailer ID
... Higher volume mailers are eligible to receive six-digit Mailer IDs, which have a larger range of sequence numbers associated with them lower volume mailers will receive nine-digit Mailer IDs ...
Lawrence Schiller - Works - Books
... by Lawrence Schiller and James Willwerth Oswald's Tale An American Mystery by Norman Mailer I Want to Tell You by O.J ... Simpson with Lawrence Schiller The Executioner's Song by Norman Mailer Ladies and Gentlemen, Lenny Bruce by Albert Goldman and Lawrence Schiller LSD by Richard Alpert, Sidney Cohen and Lawrence Schiller Marilyn ...
Strawhead - Production
... With the script finished, Mailer and the others set out to find the lead actress for the play ... In October 1982, Mailer was attending a Park Avenue dinner party given by Claus von Bülow, who at that time was on trial for the attempted murder of von Bülow's ... Fitzpatrick was introduce to Mailer and spoke with Mailer during dinner after Mailer swapped the place cards to seat Fitzpatrick beside him ...
Strawhead - Debut and Aftermath
... critic Bonnie Greer, who shared a close relationship to Mailer and reviewed an initial version of the play, stated that what Mailer put on stage ultimately was not ... Rather, the play was more about "chronicling all Mailer's life as The Great, White, Male Heterosexual, "Big Daddy", "The Man."" In April 1986, it was first reported that Mailer's ... one since the play characterizes a fictional interaction between Monroe and Mailer and an early draft had a clichéd Monroe giving a blowjob to the ...
Bob Ehrlich - 2010 Gubernatorial Campaign - Misleading Voter Guide Mailers
... The front cover of the mailer featured pictures of several current and former Democratic candidates for public office, with the text, "These Are Our Choices" and the implication ... Many Democrats criticized the mailer as misleading, as it could imply that Ehrlich and Steele were Democrats ... George's County Democrats on the front of the mailer suggested that they all had endorsed Ehrlich and Steele, which was not the case ...

More definitions of "mailer":

  • (noun): A container for something to be mailed.
  • (noun): An advertisement that is sent by mail.
  • (noun): A person who mails something.

Famous quotes containing the word mailer:

    A nation fights well in proportion to the amount of men and materials it has. And the other equation is that the individual soldier in that army is a more effective soldier the poorer his standard of living has been in the past.
    —Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    He was a fool—a brilliant man and I loved his beard, and there was the mountain ax in his brain, and all the blood poured out, and he could not see the Mexican sun. Your people raised the ax, and the last blood of revolutionary mankind, his poor blood, ran into the carpet.
    —Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    The Irish are the only men who know how to cry for the dirty polluted blood of all the world.
    —Norman Mailer (b. 1923)