Pressing concerns: Hot Press magazine's best covers
From explosive interviews with politicians to talking frankly about sex during the Aids epidemic, Hot Press magazine has never been afraid to tackle the burning issues. A new book showcases the magazine’s best covers since 1977
From sex positions to sexual politics, the Hot Press gang have always prided themselves on pushing the Irish social envelope. And nowhere has this outré attitude been more evident than on the front cover of the magazine. This month, to further mark 40 years of Hot Press, Niall Stokes and his team are publishing a compendium of their favourite cover images, each with a compelling back story.
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