Playboy Magazine February 1962 Issue - Hemingway Biography, Modern Living, Humor, and Jazz

July 2, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine February 1962 Issue

The February 1962 issue of Playboy Magazine keeps the readers engaged with a diverse range of articles, fiction, humor, and lifestyle features.

"My Brother, Ernest Hemingway" by Leicester Hemingway continues from the previous issue, providing more details into the life of the iconic writer.

In the fiction category, “Anthony From Afar” is one of the featured stories, along with “The Spanish Prisoner” and “The Investor”.

For enthusiasts of modern living and technology, “Fitting Out for Twin-Eared Sounds” likely provides insights into stereo sound systems of the time.

Humor is well represented with “Comedy of Eros” and Shel Silverstein's satire, “Silverstein's Zoo”. Silverstein was well known for his humorous poetry and cartoons.

The fashion-savvy readers can get tips from “Three Fashion Finds”, while car enthusiasts can dive into the “Bugatti” article, exploring the world of luxury automobiles.

Jazz lovers are treated with “The 1962 Playboy All-Stars”, showcasing the jazz scene and its stars.

As is customary with Playboy, this issue includes pictorials, including “Good Skate - Playboy's Playmate of the Month” and “The Girls of Rome - A Pictorial Essay”.

Playboy’s Party Jokes is a recurring feature offering humor, and “The Perils of Passion Quiz” adds a touch of intrigue.

The issue rounds up with “Timely Revival - Accouterments” and “The Eunuch - Ribald Classic”, catering to diverse interests.

Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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