Posts tagged: magazines
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…
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;
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.