New Texture has been producing very well made books of contents from the men’s adventure magazines including story collections, themed anthologies, and art books. The newest is Atomic Werewolves and Man-Eating Plants. This is a themed anthology of weird fiction and “true stories” from 1953 to 1966. The first three entries are non-fiction pieces. Mike […]
This just arrived in the mail. I have written about New Texture’s books that focus on the men’s adventure magazines of the 1950s through the 1970s. Their newest offering is Eva Men’s Adventure Supermodel, an art book featuring model Eva Lynd.
New Texture has a new art book out. Pollen’s Action is the follow up and companion to Pollen’s Women. I have written before the men’s adventure magazines of the 1950s to the 1970s were a high […]
I am always up for a good book on cryptozoology. I read one of Willy Ley’s books from the library on exotic zoology as a lad with great relish. The idea of the Loch Ness monster, a dwarf brontosaur in the Congo, and other unknown animals is always appealing. Even later, I would watch some […]
The men’s adventure magazines that flourished from the early 1950s to the middle 1970s put an emphasis on art. The quality of both cover and interior art is superior to the average pulp magazine of 20 years earlier. Norman Saunders, Mort Kunstler, and Raphael DeSoto are among the better known artists who produced covers for […]