THE DRUMMER
MAGAZINE EXPERIENCE:

DRUMMER History:


Jack Fritscher as SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDING EDITOR & CHIEF WRITER, establishing image, character, and literary quality of the first & longest running of masculine-identified gay magazines. His DRUMMER History featured in his long-running "Rear-View Mirror" column in Drummer precisely details homomasculine leather literature, art, photography, personalities, places, events, and themes.

DRUMMER: 1977 TO DECEMBER 31, 1999 when DRUMMER ceased publication. Listed on masthead as "Editor-In-Chief", "Editor-Emeritus", and "Frequent Contributor" both as "Jack Fritscher" and "PALM DRIVE VIDEO." Various short fiction, poetry, feature articles, and numerous columns—the most important worldwide being the political, but very personal memoir of Robert Mapplethorpe: "PENTIMENTO FOR ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE: FETISHES, FACES, AND FLOWERS OF EVIL," DRUMMER #133 (September 1989).

DRUMMER BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH ANNOTATED HISTORY

Copyright 2007 by Jack Fritscher, Ph.D. & Mark Hemry - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED