PLAYBOY USA November 2014
Roos van Montfort is a model who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 2014. Her centerfold was photographed by Sasha Eisenman. She is the 60th Anniversary Playmate. Montfort started modeling at 20 when she signed with an agency in London. At the time, her ambitions were to move to California, become a Bond girl, own a business, and one day have a family.
PLAYBOY USA November 2014
Amanda Booth is a model & actress who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for February 2014. Her centerfold was photographed by Tony Kelly. Booth is married to Southern California clothing manufacturer Mike Quinones. In July 2014, she gave birth to a son, Micah.
Britt Linn is a model & former surgical technician who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for March 2014. Her centerfold was photographed by Josh Ryan. She is the first short-haired Playmate in more than 15 years. Ryan discovered Linn via her Instagram account and encouraged her to try out for the magazine. She previously modeled under the name Britt Linn Vee.
Linn started modeling after being discovered by a scouting agent on Facebook in September 2013 and went on to model during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. She later signed with RED Model Management. Subsequent modeling jobs were in Seventeen and Vogue Italia magazine and Diesel clothing. Linn married in November 2013 and gave birth to a daughter in December 2014. She credits her rural upbringing with her ability to hunt and turn a deer into venison.
Shanice Jordyn is a dental assistant and former Hooters waitress who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for April 2014. At the time she was named a Playmate, she was attending Arizona State University on a part-time basis. She had previously appeared in the Playboy college issue ("Girls of the Pac-12") in October 2013 after being discovered while working at Hooters. Jordan moved to Arizona from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, when she was 17. She is a 2010 graduate of Mountain Pointe High School in the Phoenix suburb of Ahwatukee where she was a point guard on the school's basketball team. She credits her mother with encouraging her initially to pose for Playboy.
Danielle Jenee "Dani" Mathers (born January 5, 1987) is an American model and actress who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for May 2014. Her Playmate pictorial was photographed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Since 2005, she has appeared in a recurring role (as "Danica") on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She has also been a Playboy CyberGirl of the Month in January 2013 and appeared on the cover of Playboy Girls of Summer, and she has also appeared on Playboy TV's Badass, Playboy Trip: Patagonia, Playboy's Beach House and Camp Playboy. Mathers has also appeared on The Playboy Morning Show and had a role in a 2014 short film titled Thrilling Contradictions.
Mathers says of her upbringing, "I'm from a big Jewish-Italian family. I was brought up playing in the mud, cheerleading and playing volleyball." She also enjoys playing video games and recreational shooting. In 2014, along with Playmates Amelia Talon, Val Keil, Kimberly Phillips, Anna Sophia Berglund, and Hugh Hefner's son, Cooper, Mather's took part in an Ice Bucket Challenge in support of the ALS Association. In 2015, she was featured on the cover of Guitar World magazine's annual Buyers Guide with fellow Playmates Nikki Leigh and Gemma Lee Farrell.
Jessica Ashley is a model and a 2011 graduate of the University of Michigan who is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for June 2014. Her centerfold was photographed by Sasha Eisenman. She appeared in a music video for Kevin Fowler's Love Song. Her bachelor's degree is in English and psychology. She was discovered by Playboy TV's Scott Cope via her Facebook page.
Emily Agnes is a British model who was the Playboy Playmate of the Month for July 2014. Her centerfold was shot by photographer Tony Kelly. She has previously appeared in FHM, the Czech edition of Maxim, and some British lads magazines as Emily Shaw. She was the first British woman in a decade to become a Playmate.
Maggie May is a model and the Playboy Playmate of the Month for August 2014. Her pictorial was photographed by Josh Ryan. Prior to her Playboy appearance, May was already an established international model having worked for companies such as Calvin Klein, Neiman Marcus, and Planet Blue. She has been represented by Wilhelmina Models in Miami and Elite Model Management. May commented that she accepted Playboy's offer to model after she saw the issue with model Kate Moss' pictorial.
Stephanie Branton is a model and the Playboy Playmate of the Month for September 2014. Her pictorial was photographed by Josh Ryan. She was discovered by a casting director at a Playboy Golf event in Toronto. Branton was initially featured in an online version of Playboy in 2012, and she is the third woman from Newfoundland and Labrador to be a Playboy cover girl. The others were Shannon Tweed and Danielle House. She has since appeared in a pre-Super Bowl "teaser" advertisement, called "The Big Race", prepared by Mercedes-Benz and will be featured in a Super Bowl XLIX commercial featuring NFL veteran Jerry Rice.
Roxanna June is a model and the Playboy Playmate of the Month for October 2014. June graduated from an arts program near Toronto and has also studied acting. After moving to Los Angeles to further her acting career, she became a writer for the online publication Live Fast Mag. In addition to appearing in pictorials for the publication, she interviews various fashion experts and writes her own column in addition to being its Lingerie Editor.
Gia Marie is a model and the Playboy Playmate of the Month for November 2014. She was discovered via her Instagram account and got into Playboy after contacting the creative director. Her Playmate photoshoot was done at the Sheats Goldstein Mansion, which was featured in the 1998 film The Big Lebowski.
Elizabeth Ostrander is a model and the Playboy Playmate of the Month for December 2014. Ostrander's first modelling work was as the model for her own line of swimsuits that she made and sold on her Etsy website. At age eighteen, Ostrander moved to Greece and started modeling professionally traveling to Paris, New Zealand, Belize, and South Africa. Her appearances include Seventeen magazine and the Greek editions of Vogue and Lucky.
After her Playmate appearance, Ostrander has aspirations of becoming an actress and someday being a Bond girl. She also intends to start a family with her husband Erik and raise their children in her home town of St. Augustine, Florida. As of 2014[update], she works at the San Francisco Sailing Company and is a part owner of The City Yacht Company which is located in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.
I don't know if it's a change, but current practice for generic (I think the help calls them "standard") content titles, such as "Introduction", "Foreword", "Preface", etc. -- just about anything you could easily imagine appearing in other publications over completely different text -- is to disambiguate them by including the publication's title in parentheses, at the end. I did this to "Preface", "About the Editor", and "Notes on the Authors" in I Shudder at Your Touch. Thanks. --MartyD 13:49, 1 February 2014 (UTC)
I accepted the submission adding this publication, but changed the publisher to "Scottie Books" to match the current publisher in ISFDB records. (If that's not correct, please change it back.) A question: what is on the 2 unnumbered pages at the end of the book? Unless there is significant text, such as the last two pages of the novel are unnumbered, or there's an afterword, etc., then recording them in the page count isn't usually done. We don't record pages that include advertising or catalog lists, a usual practice for paperbacks. Thanks. Mhhutchins 20:11, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
It is ISFDB policy to discuss changes in the data fields of primary verified records with the editor who verified it. I'm holding your submission to add  pages to the page count field of this record. Is there significant text on these pages? Otherwise, I'm certain the verifier would have included them in the original record. Thanks. Mhhutchins 20:24, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
I'm holding your submission to change the publication date of this record. The price would indicate that it was published several years after the original 1969 printing, probably circa 1980. (Look at the prices of other printings from this publisher.) Airmont sometimes indicates the printing date as a code on the last page or so of text. Perhaps your copy has such a printing code? Thanks for checking. Mhhutchins 20:33, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
I accepted the submission adding this record, but it wasn't sourced. I assumed you're working from a copy but didn't indicate that with the proper bullet (the default indicates that you would be providing your source in the Note field, but it's not there.) Also, if you include the excerpt from the end of the book as a content record, then the page count field should indicate that as well. Fifteen unnumbered pages would be entered as "435+". It seems that none of the ISFDB records for other printings of this edition have the correct page count either. (Don't know how they got through moderation, and one of them is primary verified by a moderator. Oh, well.) Thanks. Mhhutchins 15:17, 4 February 2014 (UTC) 041b061a72