Playboy's March 1963 issue is an eclectic mixture of intellectual discourse, literature, automobiles, and humor. The issue starts strong with a provocative interview with the influential philosopher Bertrand Russell, shedding light on his thoughts and perspectives.
Literary enthusiasts are treated to a new short story by the renowned author Graham Greene, known for his ability to captivate readers. "A Fledgling of L'Amour" by Alexander King adds another literary piece to the mix. Car aficionados will find joy in "The Playboy Cars" by Ken W. Purdy, a feature that explores the world of automobiles through the Playboy lens. The issue also builds anticipation for the Playmate of the Year by featuring a trio of temptresses. Adding a touch of levity, Shel Silverstein’s cartoon antics in “Silverstein in Miami” offer humorous relief. With content ranging from philosophy to cars, the March 1963 issue of Playboy engages a broad spectrum of 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.