Esquire in January
In January, Esquire presents a special issue that brings together the magazine’s best stories, essays and reports from the past 82 years.
Read in this issue: F. Scott Fitzgerald admits to his own downfall, Alfred Hitchcock plans the perfect murder, Norman Mailer provokes Madonna and Vladimir Nabokov recommends German beer. Also: a meeting with Stalin, an interview with Osama bin Laden, a letter by J.D. Salinger and stories by Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams.