More than a men’s lifestyle magazine, Esquire has won a vault of awards for landmark articles by greats like Gay Talese and Tom Wolfe
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Since its launch in 1933, Esquire has evolved from a trade publication to a sophisticated men’s lifestyle magazine that’s won a multitude of awards and nominations. Known for offering up intellectual discourse on politics, fashion, health, and the arts blended with a touch of irreverent humor, the magazine also holds fiction writing in high esteem. Renowned writers such as Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald have even been showcased in the glossy pages. Today, Tom Wolfe and Gay Talese—pioneers of the New Journalism of the ’60s—continue to pen captivating prose for the magazine.