The October 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine brings together a fascinating mix of conversations, pictorials, articles, and humor.
The issue begins with 'Playboy Interview: Robert Maxwell', a candid conversation with the British media mogul. 'Rude Boys' is an investigative article delving into the world of disruptive individuals.
A captivating pictorial, 'The Governor and The Beauty', promises to enthrall the readers. 'Playboy's College Fiction Contest' presents a selected winning story 'Crewcut', an engaging piece of fiction that shows the talents of a new writer.
'Ultimate TV' is an article exploring the latest developments in television technology, while 'A Blow for Freedom' is a stirring short story.
The 'Coming of Age' feature introduces readers to Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and 'Playboy's Party Jokes' provide a fun and humorous diversion.
The issue also includes 'Playboy's Pigskin Preview', offering an insightful look into the upcoming football season, and 'Playboy's Automotive Report', providing a comprehensive look at the latest in car technology.
'20 Questions: Camille Paglia' gives readers an intimate look at the controversial American academic and cultural critic.
The issue is rounded out with 'Girls of the Big Ten', a pictorial showcasing the beauty of Big Ten college girls, and 'Fall Sportswear Portfolio', featuring the latest in fall fashion trends.
The October 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and at selected vintage magazine retailers.