• Retro

    RETRO: Monty, Sinatra & Jones in Eternity

    Novelist James Jones debuted with a blockbuster in 1951: From Here to Eternity smashed sales records from the get-go. Jones’ debut novel focused on several members of a U.S. Army infantry company stationed in Hawaii [...]
  • Fashion

    ESPALIER

    By Adrie Mendonez As a woman who hustles hard for her earnings. I always thought to myself, “Why do people spend money on clothes for the gym?” Personally, when I can convince myself to get [...]
  • Rebel Astrology
    Dear Rebel

    Dear Rebel: Connections in a past life

    Dear Rebel, I’ve met someone with a lot of planets in Taurus, which is my twelfth house. Does this mean we have a past life connection? Thank you, L   Dear L, The twelfth house [...]
  • Features
    Kirsten Dunst is the topic for the cover article of Honeysuckle Magazine.  This tribute piece is in the print issue titled “HERS.” We are celebrating women. By Dorri Olds Actress Kirsten Dunst Says ‘No’ to Fixing Supposed Imperfections Hollywood [...]
  • Retro
    Novelist James Jones debuted with a blockbuster in 1951: From Here to Eternity smashed sales records from the get-go. Jones’ debut novel focused on several members of a U.S. Army infantry company stationed in Hawaii [...]
Lucy Vives
  • Ask an Exotically White Guy
    By Samuel Clemens Long IN NYC I’M ALMOST “SPECIAL EXHIBIT AT THE MET” WHITE. I was raised in a small Midwestern town; lotta corn and grey skies, not so much diversity. How has living in [...]

Lucy Vives Mini Mag

Lucy Vives Mini Mag features unpublished photos, interview in Spanish and other special treats. Buy now!

Issue 4 Now on Sale: Home

Issue 4 Now on Sale! Home

Buy Issue 2: Le Sexx

Issue 2: Le Sexx, On sale now!
  • Art
    By Ryan Hugh McWilliams Rarely do I have my mind blown, but today I am still putting the pieces back together. Last night I visited HERE Arts Center, a small two theater venue in west [...]
  • Indie Presses
    By M. J. Moore For Jaime Lubin Before the 1969 publication of The Godfather made his fortune, author Mario Puzo wrote profusely for the so-called “men’s magazines” published by Martin Goodman, who ruled the roost [...]