The Playboy May 1958 issue is a blend of fiction, articles, pictorials, and more. The issue opens with "The Man in the Well," a piece of fiction, followed by "Wizards of a Small Planet," an intriguing article. A visual treat is offered with "Playboy's Little Acre," a pictorial.
The issue delves into history with "The Life and Death of a Spanish Grandee," while "Spring House Party" offers fashion and attire tips. For food enthusiasts, there is "Happy as a Clam." "Apartness" adds a dash of humor, and "This One Is On The House" is another engaging fiction piece. The Playmate of the Month feature showcases a "Country Club Cutie," and "Playboy's Party Jokes" is back for humor aficionados. "Shirt Shrift" highlights attire, and "The Birth of a Broadway Show" provides insights into the world of theater. "Hard Bargain" is an intense fiction piece, and "Adieu, Tristesse" is a captivating pictorial. The issue closes with "Playboy's International Datebook," a segment on travel.
Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms that specialize in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.