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Codes for links with mature content. Codes for the links marked [A], [S], or [W]) are available through the link in the previous sentence.
Modelled after DungeonMaster, which was eventually incorporated into the publication, Checkmate was a "gay male journal of S/M technique." Checkmate ran from 1992 to 2003. The magazine became an e-zine in 2001.
TABLES OF CONTENTS
Selected tables of contents compiled by Checkmate. Currently indexed: #34-40 (2001-2).
The tables of contents below are from the Checkmate Website, as archived by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
Checkmate #34: February 2001.
Checkmate #35: May 2001.
Checkmate #36: August 2001.
Checkmate #37: November 2001.
Checkmate #38: February 2002.
Checkmate #39: May 2002.
Checkmate #40: November 2002.
Checkmate Masthead 1.
Checkmate Masthead 2.
Checkmate #33 cover.
Checkmate #34. All articles from the electronic issue. In order to read the articles, plug their URLs into the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
Checkmate #35. All articles from the electronic issue. In order to read the articles, plug their URLs into the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
This list of prolific contributors is based on the tables of contents indexed so far. The list does not represent all of the magazine's prolific contributors.
Max Cita. Articles. [A, W]
Harold E. Cox AKA T. A. Feldwebel. Editor.
Morgan. Articles, photography. [W]
Victor Terry. Book reviews.
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