Cavalier (magazine)

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Cavalier is an American magazine that was launched by Fawcett Publications in 1952 and has continued for decades, eventually evolving into a Playboy-style men's magazine.wikipedia
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Cavalier is an American magazine that was launched by Fawcett Publications in 1952 and has continued for decades, eventually evolving into a Playboy-style men's magazine.
Magazines published by Fawcett over the decades included Battle Stories, Cavalier, Daring Detective, Dynamic Detective, Family Circle, Hollywood, Motion Picture, Movie Story, Rudder (later merged with Sea), Screen Secrets, Secrets, Triple-X Western and True.

Frank M. Robinson

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Editors in the 1960s included Frederic A. Birmingham (1962), Frank M. Robinson, Robert Shea (1966), and Alan R. LeMond (1967).
From there, he moved into men's magazines: Rogue (1959–65) and Cavalier (1965–66).

Stephen King

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Stephen King was a contributor during the 1970s, and his stories were also featured in Cavalier Yearbook.
After graduating from the University of Maine, King earned a certificate to teach high school but, unable to find a teaching post immediately, initially supplemented his laboring wage by selling short stories to men's magazines such as Cavalier.

Paul Krassner

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.
In the 1960s, Krassner was a regular contributor to several men's magazines including Cavalier and Playboy.

Robert Crumb

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Other comics by Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, and Jay Lynch were also published at times.
1965).In 1965 and 1966 Crumb had a number of Fritz the Cat strips published in the men's magazine Cavalier.

Art Spiegelman

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Other comics by Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, and Jay Lynch were also published at times.
He also did a number of cartoons for men's magazines such as Cavalier, The Dude, and Gent.

Manny Farber

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Film critic Manny Farber had a monthly column in the 1960s.
This was followed by stints at Time (1949), The Nation (1949–54), New Leader (1958–59), Cavalier (1966) and Artforum (1967–71).

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Vaughn Bode's long-running comic-strip feature Deadbone/Deadbone Erotica/Erotica was published in Cavalier continuously (with the exception of April 1975) from May 1969 through August 1975.

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Cavalier is an American magazine that was launched by Fawcett Publications in 1952 and has continued for decades, eventually evolving into a Playboy-style men's magazine.

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Cavalier is an American magazine that was launched by Fawcett Publications in 1952 and has continued for decades, eventually evolving into a Playboy-style men's magazine.

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It has no connection with the Frank Munsey pulp, The Cavalier, published in the early years of the 20th century.

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In its original format, Cavalier was planned by Fawcett to feature novelettes and novel excerpts by Fawcett's Gold Medal authors, including Richard Prather and Mickey Spillane.

Richard S. Prather

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In its original format, Cavalier was planned by Fawcett to feature novelettes and novel excerpts by Fawcett's Gold Medal authors, including Richard Prather and Mickey Spillane.

Mickey Spillane

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In its original format, Cavalier was planned by Fawcett to feature novelettes and novel excerpts by Fawcett's Gold Medal authors, including Richard Prather and Mickey Spillane.

Robert Shea

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Editors in the 1960s included Frederic A. Birmingham (1962), Frank M. Robinson, Robert Shea (1966), and Alan R. LeMond (1967).

Jimmy Breslin

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Authors in the 1950s included Jimmy Breslin, Henry Kuttner, Clyde Beatty ("Tigers on the Loose"), and Stanley P. Friedman.

Henry Kuttner

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Authors in the 1950s included Jimmy Breslin, Henry Kuttner, Clyde Beatty ("Tigers on the Loose"), and Stanley P. Friedman.

Clyde Beatty

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Authors in the 1950s included Jimmy Breslin, Henry Kuttner, Clyde Beatty ("Tigers on the Loose"), and Stanley P. Friedman.

Stanley P. Friedman

Authors in the 1950s included Jimmy Breslin, Henry Kuttner, Clyde Beatty ("Tigers on the Loose"), and Stanley P. Friedman.

Isaac Asimov

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.

Ray Bradbury

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.

Robert Coover

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.

Leonard Feather

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.

Bruce Jay Friedman

During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.

Richard Gehman

During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson.