Just six weeks after his release from prison, on July 18, 1981, Jack Henry Abbott stabbed a young waiter to death at the all-night East Village café Binibon. Making the incident even more tragic was the fact that Norman Mailer, who had been corresponding with Abbott in prison, championed him as a talented writer and made a case for his early parole. Returning to the scene of the crime, award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist Elliott Sharp... More >>>