J. Michael Lennon’s literary identity has been intertwined with that of legendary writer Norman Mailer for more than a half century.
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Interview: Vicki Mayk, Author of Growing Up on the Gridiron
The scientific and technical nature of CTE was certainly a challenge: as a writer, I needed to do my homework.
Review: Phantom Signs: The Muse in Universe City by Philip Brady
A blurb on the back cover of … Phantom Signs: The Muse in Universe City describes it as a “high-spirited flash memoir.”
INTERVIEW: J. Michael Lennon, editor of Norman Mailer: The Sixties
Any writer of nonfiction or memoir owes a debt to Mailer, who pioneered techniques that came to define nonfiction, memoir and the New Journalism.
REVIEW: Pretend I’m Not Here: How I Worked with Three Newspaper Icons, One First Lady, and Still Managed to Dig Myself Out of the Washington Swamp by Barbara Feinman Todd
The first half of Todd’s memoir is an unhackneyed, sometimes comic, always engrossing account of her apprenticeship.
Review: Transmogrified by Travel — Cannot Stay: Essays on Travel by Kevin Oderman
Once you walk into the airport “you’ve already begun to be someone else,” writes Kevin Oderman in his collection of deeply felt meditations on the art of travel
Meet the Judges: Fourth Annual Creative Nonfiction Contest Welcomes Lennon, Lenney
Hippocampus Magazine is pleased to announce our guest judges for the 2014 Remember in November Contest for Creative Nonfiction. The panel includes two widely published writers and esteemed teachers of the craft. And, as is our magazine’s tradition, our third member is the previous year’s grand prize winner.