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Stag Mar 1958
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Stag March 1958

Features
Wanted: Red Spy Erast Wollweber - Reward: 1,000,000
Ladies Night In Murder, Inc.
True Book Bonus - New York's Five Days Of Teror

 


Stag Jun 1958
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Stag June 1958

Features
The Convict Queen And Her South Sea Empire
99 Men And 22 Women - Condemned To A Lifetime Of Exile
The What - The - Hell Army
Never Told Story Of America's Commandos Of The Orient

 


Stag Aug 1958
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Stag August 1958

Features
True Book Bonus: The Amazing Survivors(Men And Women Marooned In The Land Of Diamonds
The Fantastic Saga Of Major Wermuth(World War Two's Toughest Soldier)
Yankee King Of The Islands(True Story Of David Whippey's 40-Year Pacific Paradise)

 


Stag Sep 1958
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Stag September 1958

Features
How The F.B.I. Cracked Florida's U-Boat Base
True Book Bonus: The Blonde Captive Of Venezuela's Jungle Empire
Escape From Borneo

 


Stag Oct 1958
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Stag October 1958

Features
Pig Eyes Unbreakable P.O.W.
The Strange Furlough Of PVT. Ettlinger And His Eskimo Woman
True Book Bonus : Contraband Girl

 


Stag Nov 1958
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Stag November 1958

Features
Marooned In Paradise (14 Years On A Lost island Of Women)
True Book Bonus: King Of Escapers
The $60,000,000 Hot Diamond Swindle

 

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The first Stag magazine, published by Leeds Publishing Corp., beginning with vol. 1, #1 (June 1937), was a 25-cent, 96-page, digest subtitled "A Magazine for Men" and which included articles and stories by such writers as Carleton Beals, Elsa Maxwell, Bernard Sobel, and Hendrik Willem van Loon. It covered a range of topics, including literature, music, sports, and theater, along with stories on male-female relationships, sexual issues, and such topics as striptease.



A second volume, published by Official Com. Inc. and edited by Noah Sarlat, appeared circa 1951 as a 25-cent, 82-page, standard-sized men's adventure magazine. This version, containing ostensibly "true-life" fiction of men in wartime or in rugged adventure mode, continued through at least volume 22 in 1971, by which time it had published by Martin Goodman's related company, Atlas Magazines Inc., and Magazine Management Co., Inc., by which time the cover price had been raised to 50 cents.



Goodman also published the annual publication Stag Annual, starting in 1964.



Writer Dorothy Gallagher reminisced in 1998 that by the early 1960s, when Magazine Management occupied the second floor at 60th Street and Madison Avenue, "...magazines were produced the way Detroit produced cars. I worked on the fan-magazine line. On the other side of a five-foot partition was the romance-magazine line. And across a corridor were the financial staples of the organization, the men's magazines — Stag, For Men Only, Male — for which, at one time or another, Mario Puzo, Bruce Jay Friedman, David Markson, Mickey Spillane and Martin Cruz Smith wrote, until they became too exalted and rich to do it anymore." Cover illustrators included Frank Soltesz.



Stag transitioned to become a men's pornographic magazine, published by Goodman's son Charles "Chip" Goodman at Magazine Management's successor company, Swank Publications. The publishing group Magna bought Stag and its sister publication Swank from that company in 1993.

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