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A Brief History of Esquire

Discussion in 'Writers' Workshop' started by jgmacg, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. jgmacg

    jgmacg Guest

  2. I liked that story, but there's a book on Harold Hayes and Esquire that I thought was excellent and covers a lot of the same ground in more detail.

    It Wasn't Pretty, Folks, but Didn't We Have Fun?
    Surviving the '60s With Esquire's Harold Hayes
    By Carol Polsgrove

    She mined a lot of the same material at Wake Forest (where Hayes' papers are). Though I did like the photo of all the former Esquire writers that accompanied the Vanity Fair story (in the print edition, not on the Web).
  3. HeinekenMan

    HeinekenMan Active Member

    I'm going to read this puppy on the car ride back home tomorrow. Just one question: Is this written by the thread creator? I sort of assume as much.
  4. Jones

    Jones Active Member

    No, it is not.
  5. HeinekenMan

    HeinekenMan Active Member

    Thanks for the clarification. After browsing some of the other threads, I began to see my ignorance. But thanks a bunch for posting, JG. I love to read this sort of stuff.
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