Dr. David M. Earle on men’s magazines – and “Monkey Madness”

In the weeks since I posted my January interview with Dr. David M. Earle — author the groundbreaking book about Ernest Hemingway and 1950s men’s magazines, titled All Man!— David…

An interview with David M. Earle, author of the new book All Man! Hemingway…

All Man!, by Dr. David M. Earle, is a fascinating new book that provides a unique perspective on men’s adventure magazines. It traces the evolution of Ernest Hemingway’s giant-size public…

“All Man” magazine – and the new “All Man: Hemingway” book by David M. Earle

In my previous post, I showed some of over-the-top male prisoner of war torture covers from issues of All Man magazine. The covers on All Man weren’t always as quite…

PulpFest 2021, featuring a virtual appearance by Eva Lynd…

I had a great time attending the PulpFest 2021 convention that was held in Pittsburgh in August. I went there with Wyatt Doyle, my co-editor in the Men’s Adventure Library…

Talking about Ernest Hemingway, then and now…

This week, two things reminded me of one of my favorite books of the past year, All Man! – Hemingway, 1950s Men’s Magazines, and the Masculine Persona by Dr. David…

“Monkey Madness” and bloodthirsty baboons

During my recent interview with Dr. David M. Earle, the author of All Man! (the excellent new book about Ernest Hemingway and 1950s men’s magazines), I asked him if he…

“Men’s Adventure Magazines and the Art of War” – a PulpFest presentation (Part 2)…

My previous post on this blog reprinted the first half of the presentation I made with my publishing partner Wyatt Doyle at last year’s PulpFest. In case you don’t know…

My annual Memorial Day post: a look at the first issue of BATTLE CRY magazine…

[EDITOR’S NOTE: A link to download a free PDF copy of the first issue of BATTLE CRY magazine is at the bottom of this post.] Memorial Day is a day…

The legendary “Monkey Madness” story in men’s adventure magazines…

If you ask my wife, she’ll say I already own way too many old men’s adventure magazines. They now fill up bookshelves on every wall of my little man cave/office.…

“Hemingway R.I.P. Day” on the Men’s Adventure Magazines blog

The legendary American writer Ernest Hemingway loomed large in men’s adventure and bachelor magazines of the 1950s and 1960s. In the minds of many men of that era — and…

Man’s Exploits magazine gives us an imaginary look at, um, extreme bullfighting…

Last week, vintage men’s magazine expert Dr. David M. Earle posted a series of classic bullfight covers and interior illustrations on his men’s mag Facebook site. Dr. Earle teaches courses…

Men’s adventure magazines and PTSD – plus another early Harlan Ellison story

There’s an interesting chapter in the new book All Man! Hemingway, 1950s Men’s Magazines, and the Masculine Persona, by David M. Earle, that discusses how the post-WWII men’s adventure magazines…