The Playboy April 1958 issue is packed with diverse content. "Weird Show" is a fiction piece that sets the stage for this issue. "Prestige on Wheels" showcases aspects of modern living, while "The Little World of Orville K. Snav" is an intriguing article. "A Slight Case of Trichotomy" discusses attire and fashion, and "Sauces for the Gander" is dedicated to food enthusiasts.
"The Short-Short Story of Mankind" is a fable, and Miss April is featured as Playboy's Playmate of the Month. For humor lovers, there are "Playboy's Party Jokes." "A Stretch in Siberia" is another engaging fiction piece, and "Painter of the Urban Scene" is a captivating pictorial. "Caps Still on Top" covers attire, and "S. M. O. M." is a travel segment. The issue features "Minsky in Vegas," a pictorial, and "Meet the Playboy Reader," an article that gives insights into Playboy's readership. "The Smile on the Face of the Sphinx" is categorized as a ribald classic, and finally, the issue wraps up with "Playboy's International Datebook" for travel aficionados.
Collectors or enthusiasts can seek this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions might also be available.