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             •  “Zeus Men In Bondage: Introducing a New Studio,” p. 48, centerfold copy, produced
              and written by Fritscher
             •  “The Brothel Hotel,” pp. 63-64, feature review
             •  “Tough Shit,” p. 72, feature column created, collected, and produced by Fritscher
              included two original essays by Fritscher, “Bloody ‘Marys’ at Elephant Walk” and “How
              Relaxed Can Straights Get?”
             •  “Tough Customers,” p. 74-75, feature column created, collected, and edited by Fritscher
             DRUMMER 31, September 1979
             Masthead: Fritscher, who edited Drummer 31, is not credited; Embry removed Frit-
             scher credit line on masthead, but kept some Fritscher bylines; credit was assigned to
             “Robert Payne” aka publisher John Embry.
             The 1970s Drummer salon exited with Fritscher on December 31, 1979
             Theme for Drummer 31 Created by Fritscher: Spit and Other Erotic Bodily Functions
             8 Pieces of Writing by Fritscher
             40 Photographs (Interior Editorial) for Centerfold by Fritscher (Solo) credited
             wrongly by Embry to “Sparrow Photography”
             1 Story (Mr. Benson by John Preston) edited, serialized, and produced by Fritscher
             •  “Contents Page,” one liners
             •  “Martin of Holland Interview,” pp. 18-19, feature interview, written by Al Shapiro (A.
              Jay) and Fritscher; Fritscher byline deleted by Embry
             •  “The First International Mr. Leather (IML),” pp. 20-24, feature
             •  40 Photographs (Interior Editorial, Centerfold): “Spit, Sweat, and Piss with Val Martin
              and Bob Hyslop,” pp. 41-48, shot by Fritscher solo  — —  with byline changed by Embry
              to “Sparrow Photography”
             •  Mr. Benson, pp. 25-29, Part Three of a novel written by John Preston; edited, serialized,
              and produced by Fritscher
             •  “Tough Shit,” p. 64, feature column created, collected, and produced by Fritscher
             •  “Tough Customers,” pp. 66-67, feature column created, collected, and edited by Frit-
              scher
             •  “The Macho Images of Tony Plewik: A Drummer Do-er’s Profile,” pp. 68-70, essay
             •  “Men’s Bar Scene: Pure Trash,” pp. 74-75, essay
             •  “In Passing, Robert Opel: His Last High Performance, His Murder,” p. 86, essay, collage
              from original reporting by Maitland Zane, San Francisco Chronicle

             DRUMMER 32, October 1979
             Masthead: Fritscher, who edited Drummer 32, was not credited; credit was assigned
             to “Robert Payne” aka publisher John Embry; Embry removed Fritscher’s credit line
             on masthead, leaving only the coded byline signature, “20 June 1979,” Fritscher’s day
             and month of birth, p. 19.
             5 Pieces of Writing by Fritscher
             1 Story (Mr. Benson by John Preston) edited, serialized, and produced by Fritscher
             •  “A Confidential DRUMMER Dossier,” pp. 19-21, byline coded with Fritscher birth date
             •  Mr. Benson, pp. 22-27, Part Four of a novel written by John Preston; edited, serialized,
              and produced by Fritscher
             •  “The Men by Robert Opel,” pp. 28-29, writing by Robert Opel researched, collected,
              and produced by Fritscher
             •  “Tough Shit,” p. 66, feature column created, collected, and produced by Fritscher
             •  “Tough Customers,” pp. 68-69, feature column created, collected, and edited by Frit-
              scher
             •  “Conrap,” p. 71, debut of column created, collected, and edited by Fritscher with report-
              ing by David Hurles (Old Reliable)

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