Playboy's September 1962 issue brings together a remarkable mix of articles, fiction, and humor. The issue kicks off with a profile of the legendary racing driver Stirling Moss. It also includes "The Sound of Hirsch," a riveting piece of fiction, and a sports-focused "Playboy's Pigskin Preview". Notably, J. Paul Getty's article “Wall Street in Crisis” offers an insightful look into the financial world.
Readers will also find a nostalgic reflection on vintage magazines in “The Bloody Pulps” by Charles Beaumont. For fashion enthusiasts, “Back to Campus” provides a guide to stylish attire for the academic year. The issue also features “The Thin Red Line”, a gripping fiction by James Jones, and various humor and satire pieces. This edition captures a blend of sports, finance, nostalgia, and fashion, living up to Playboy's reputation for diverse and engaging content.
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.