Sure, Norman Mailer spends most of his time in Provincetown but he still has a place here in the nabe. Maybe we could housesit for him.
Cape Cod Times: Exploring the Roots of Evil: Although he still keeps a place in Brooklyn Heights, Provincetown has been home for him for 20 years, and most of his more than 40 books have been written there. He lives with his wife, Norris Church Mailer, in a brick house on the Provincetown waterfront. It's a comfortable home filled with books and paintings by his wife, whose second novel, ''Cheap Diamonds,'' is coming out this summer.