Teen Magazines
A wonderful thing.
Any time I chime in, it'll be in red, dig?
Articles with a * feature their original pictures.

Many thanks to Belle for lending me her vast collection of Monkee news and memoribilia!

Monkees Spectacular, Vol. 1, Issue 12
ONE YEAR AGO, and twelve issues back, the Monkees had just begun to sizzle as the hottest group in show business.  Monkees Spectacular made it's debut on the newsstand to the delight of Monkee fans everywhere.  We're happy to say the magazine is still going strong and will be around as long as the Monkees.  And you can be sure that Davy, Peter, Micky and Mike are not about to forsake their fans for many years to come. (*snicker* Right.)
    Currently the boys are shooting their feature film at Columbia studios.  The movie will be released late this summer.  In April the Monkees begin their Far Eastern tour.  Monkee Spec will go right along with them to bring you all the excitement and color of this super-fab tour.
    Concerning next year's TV show, don't forget to write to the Vice President in charge of programming, NBC-TV, Rockefeller Center, New York City, New York.  Let him know how strongly you feel about the Monkees returning to TV in the fall!  Do not write to the Monkees, or to Screen Gems.  Your letters should go to NBC if you want the show back again.  (Don't be silly.  This is from '68.)
Great Days in Monkee History*
A groovy timeline
My Micky by Coco
I want a pony for Christmas....
Mike's Far Out Far East Party
Gettin' down with Mr. and Mrs. Nez!
Monkees Name Chart
Everybody loves Phyllis.
April Monkee Recipes*
What Kind Of Girl Likes The Monkees*
Psychoanalysis at its best.
25 Ways to Stop Liking the Monkees
Don't worry, it's a joke.  Really.

Monkees Spectacular, Vol. 1, Issue 10
Mike's Insane Interview*
February Monkee Recipes
Ann Moses Exchanges Confustion with Peter Tork
Gee, Pete, and I always thought you were the dummy.

THIS is THEN: The Monkee-files.
Kippered guppy?  Bleah.
Brian Visits The Monkees...
Crazy Brits party with the prefab four.
Inside Pop
A poorly punctuated and vaguely innacurate version of the story behind the Monkees and their success.
Pop Music: The Most?  Or Just a Mess?
Excerpt from an article in the Saturday Evening Post