Christopher Street That New Magazine.
Manuscripts and Archives Division
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The bulk of the records consists of authors' scripts and galley proofs. The authors' scripts of fiction and non-fiction were submitted by literary agents and publishers for review or serialization in CHRISTOPHER STREET. The galleys consist of articles considered for publication in THE CHRISTOPHER STREET READER (c1983) and those published in APHRODISIAC, FICTION FROM CHRISTOPHER STREET (1982). The monographs consist of scholarly articles on gays, lesbians and homosexuality.
Christopher Street That New Magazine, Inc. (later That NewMagazine, Inc.) was founded in New York City in 1976 by Charles Ortleb for the purpose of publishing CHRISTOPHER STREET (subtitled THAT NEW MAGAZINE), a monthly literary magazine for the gay community featuring fiction, non-fiction, poetry, news, book reviews and photography.
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- Christopher Street.
- Gay liberation movement.
- Gay liberation movement -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Gays' writings, American.
- Periodicals -- Publishing -- New York (State) -- New York.
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