Nearly six decades ago, Hugh Marston Hefner created Playboy magazine, which effectively ignited America's sexual revolution. The greatest living symbol of the Good Life, Hef created a world for himself that most men have yearned to inhabit, if only briefly, just to know what it's like to be him. In Hef's Little Black Book, this universally envied international icon offers a treasury of his often wry and heartfelt wisdom as it applies to the realms of romance, hedonism, ambition, business and, of course, sex.
Accompanied by tantalizing never-before-seen photographs from his vast private archive, Hef's Little Black Book is the gateway to Hugh Hefner's irresistibly beguiling world. If you don t swing, don t ring lingerie and pajamas optional.
About the Author
Hugh M. Hefner founded Playboy magazine in 1953. In 1998, he was inducted into the American Society of Magazine Editors Hall of Fame, and he remains unquestionably the most famous magazine editor in the world. He lives at the Playboy Mansion West in Holmby Hills, California.
Bill Zehme is the author of the New York Times bestselling homage to Frank Sinatra, The Way You Wear Your Hat, and Lost in the Funhouse: The Life and Mind of Andy Kaufman. A recipient of the prestigious ASME Award for Profile Writing, he has written for Esquire, Rolling Stone, Playboy, and Vanity Fair, as well as the collection Intimate Strangers: Comic Profiles and Indiscretions of the Very Famous. He lives in Chicago.
“[A] breezy, charming chronicle...Both gracious and unapologetic about Hef’s...otherworldly existence....Striking.”
-Time Out New York