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    Susan Mailer (born August 28, 1949) is an American psychoanalyst, writer, and academic who has lived in Chile since the 1980s. Mailer is the firstborn child of American writer Norman Mailer and his first wife, Beatrice Silverman.

  2. 24 de abr. de 2023 · Susan Profiled on Elmostrador. This Friday, Susan Mailer will talk about her book In Another Place, where she describes her relationship with the legendary North American author, in a conversation with the journalist Carmen Gloria López. The psychoanalyst, married…. November 11, 2022.

  3. 23 de abr. de 2023 · Rocío Montes. Apr 23, 2023 - 21:13CEST. “I can’t be the father you want me to be. My mind is captured by my ideas and the need to write them down,” New York writer Norman Mailer, one of the 20th...

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  4. Susan Mailer is Norman Mailer’s first born. After her parents divorced, when she was nearly two years old, her mother moved to Mexico. As a result, Susan grew up in both countries, between New York and Mexico City, bicultural and bilingual.

  5. 27 de jan. de 2023 · Susan Mailer, retratada en su piso de Santiago de Chile. Tamara Merino (Contacto) Rocío Montes. 27 ene 2023 - 05:40CET. “No puedo ser el padre que quieres que sea. Mi mente está capturada por ...

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  6. Susan Mailer, a psychoanalyst, is co-founder of the Psychoanalytic Association of Santiago where she is also a faculty member. She has a private practice and supervises in Santiago, Chile. Her memoir In Another Place, with and without My Father Norman Mailer, was published in 2019, and the Spanish translation will be published in November 2022.

  7. “In Another Place brings us to many remarkable new places in the Mailer universe. Written with tenderness, acuity and unadorned psychological depth, Susan Mailer’s memoir is a powerful look at the literary world, spiraling out in a widening gyre, revealing the cadences of the century as it goes.”