Programs in Development

The Norman Mailer Center is committed to pursuing new initiatives that will further the work of serious, brave and curious writers. Several of the Center’s programs in development focus on bringing together authors from around the globe to engage with peers who are also “writers of action.”

Among these are: a Cuban initiative, gathering Latin American and North American authors in a country with a rich and varied artistic legacy; a Writers Congress in Russia, which will invite the public to join a distinguished panel of international writers for a discussion of current events; and the American Literature and Society Travel-Study program, which introduces authors from East and South Asia to an exploration of the connection between art and environment, as writers travel from Hemingway’s Key West to Steinbeck’s Salinas, O’Connor’s Milledgeville to Wharton’s Lenox.

For more information:

Travel-Study Program
Cuba Initiative