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Hayakawa SF Magazine (1968). If anyone knows the illustrator, I’ll be glad to add their name.

Hayakawa SF Magazine (1968). If anyone knows the illustrator, I’ll be glad to add their name.

A Man’s Life“The type of thing I came up with was what sold at the time: Guys with guns and gals with no pants…View Post

A Man’s Life

“The type of thing I came up with was what sold at the time: Guys with guns and gals with no pants…

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colsmi:

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Dave McKean’s cover to FA # 109, 1989.

The same issue contained a Neil Gaiman interview, which was accompanied by “Neil’s original computer notes for his Sandman project”, including;

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At the Gutter: How To Be A Man In Four Hours: The Perils of Instant Gratification

Screen Editor alex ponders self-help books, Mansome and what it means to be a man:

As a transguy, the question “What makes me a man?” has meant both pretty much the same things to me as to any other guy, and also something a bit different. I had to figure most of it out on my own, going through a second puberty of sorts at a point when all my peers were full grown, and in the process I’ve read about and watched a lot of versions of masculinity. From Charles Atlas and men’s exercise magazines to feminist and gender theory, there are so many options and perceived limits around how to be a man. Men’s self-improvement books like The 4-Hour Body and movies like Morgan Spurlock’s documentary Mansome are just a few examples.

jazzvampire:

Girlie pulp magazine Broadway Nights, September 1930. Nice scan of a 1929 issue here.

jazzvampire:

Girlie pulp magazine Broadway Nights, September 1930. Nice scan of a 1929 issue here.

"Festive Christmas Meat House" from Chatelaine Magazine (also, collected in a Chatelaine cookbook). via crooked house.

"Festive Christmas Meat House" from Chatelaine Magazine (also, collected in a Chatelaine cookbook). via crooked house.