James Wolcott: ‘Lucking Out’ In 1970s New York

When critic James Wolcott was a college sophomore, he wrote an article about Norman Mailer for his student paper. After the article was published, Wolcott found Mailer’s address in a copy of Who’s Who and mailed him a copy. Mailer wrote back. “He said: ‘When you leave college, I’d be willing to write a letter for you to editor Dan Wolf at The Village Voice,” recalls Wolcott. Wolcott knew he couldn’t wait the two years until graduation. He wrote back to Mailer… read more >

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