The September 1990 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a stimulating mix of enlightening interviews, captivating articles, stunning pictorials, and a good dose of humor.
In the ‘Playboy Interview’, Rickey Henderson, the acclaimed Major League Baseball player, shares candid insights about his life and career.
The fiction section features ‘Rabbit at Rest’, a gripping narrative by the esteemed author John Updike. The issue also includes a thoughtful article titled ‘Captive Honor’ by Geoffrey Norman, and an intriguing piece on extreme sports titled ‘Rubber Jump’ by Craig Vetter.
The fashion section presents ‘Back to Campus’, a guide on the latest trends in college fashion, curated by Hollis Wayne.
The ‘Playmate of the Month’ is showcased in ‘Animal Attraction’, which maintains Playboy’s tradition of featuring stunning models. ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ offers a dash of humor to lighten the mood.
Charlie Sheen’s journey and experiences are highlighted in ‘Charlie Sheen Goes to War’, a detailed Playboy profile by Laurence Gonzales. The magazine also presents ‘Playboy’s Pro Football Forecast’ by Gary Cole, providing predictions for the upcoming football season.
‘World Cur Women’ and ‘Rosanna’ are the issue’s pictorials, which are sure to captivate the readers with their beauty.
Lastly, ’20 Questions’ features Maury Povich, the popular television presenter and media personality, and ‘Playboy Collection’ brings the latest trends in modern living.
Covergirl Rosanna Arquette (Nude) photographed by Greg Gorman
Playmate of the Month is Kerri Kendall photographed by Stephen Wayda
Rosanna Arquette Pictorial
The Playboy Interview: Rickey Henderson
Craig Vetter Boings From A Bridge
Rabbit At Rest, By John Updike
Playboy USA September 1990
English | 190 pages | PDF | 56 MB