Archive for the ‘Magazine’ Category

The December 1968 Edition of Playboy Magazine that contains Marshall McLuhan’s essay, Include Me Out: The Reversal of the Overheated Image   Most people who have an interest in Marshall McLuhan are aware of the 1969 Interview of McLuhan published by Playboy Magazine, but they might not know about the December 1968 essay Include Me Out: The […]


   This unique website that is dedicated to Marshall McLuhan’s best-selling book is comprised of 6 sections:- 1. The Lecture, which offers an audio capture of Marshall McLuhan’s lecture as delivered on May 7, 1966, at The Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA for the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts. McLuhan titled his lecture […]


John M. Culkin SJ, PhD (1928-1993), leading media scholar, critic, educator, writer & consultant. This is an important essay that was published in the Saturday Review, March 18, 1967, that helped introduce Marshall McLuhan and his ideas to a wider North American audience and especially educators. It introduced the quotation “We become what we behold. We shape […]


                              This is from a review of Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon: Douglas Tirola’s Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon (2015), which screened yesterday at the Sydney Film Festival, is a thoroughly conventional […]


Aspen was a multimedia magazine published on an irregular schedule by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Described by its publisher as “the first three-dimensional magazine,” each issue came in a customized box or folder filled with materials in a variety of formats, including booklets, “flexidisc“ phonograph recordings, posters, postcards and reels of super-8 movie […]


   This photo by Harry Benson of Marshall McLuhan in front of René Cera’s Pied Piper’s All at the Coach House  was used for this magazine article If the Media Didn’t Get Marshall McLuhan’s Message in the ’60s, Another Is on the Way September 20, 1976 – Vol. 6, No. 12  Select quotes from that […]