The January 1962 issue of Playboy Magazine starts off with a continuation of “My Brother, Ernest Hemingway”, a biography by Leicester Hemingway, providing more insights into the iconic writer's life.
Ken W. Purdy brings a fictional piece titled "Tell Me the Reason, Do", followed by another fiction "Tune Every Heart and Every Voice" by Irwin Shaw.
For the art enthusiasts, Sidney Tillim shares tips in “The Fine Art of Acquiring Fine Art”, which is likely to be an enlightening read for anyone looking to start or enhance an art collection.
Ray Bradbury, a master of science fiction, contributes with “A Miracle of Rare Device”.
P.G. Wodehouse, famous for his humorous and witty writing, is featured with “The Courting of the Muse”.
The issue also celebrates the New Year with a feature on toasting in “Toasting the New Year” that includes drink recipes or recommendations.
Jules Feiffer adds humor with “Telephone” satire, and the issue continues with Playboy's traditional features including Playboy's Penthouse Playmate, Party Jokes, and attire tips with “Topcoats Taken Lightly” by Robert L. Green.
There's also a travel section with "The French Riviera - Man at His Leisure" and "Playboy's International Datebook".
As always, the magazine includes pictorials, humor, opinions, and classic tales, ensuring a diverse content for the readers.
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.