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Houston and Texas Publications

Page history last edited by Collier 11 years, 5 months ago

 

Queer Publications of Houston

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

This is just a list of Houston publications with some statewide items, such as TWiT.  

This is far from a complete list. If you know of any information I am missing, please, take the time to e-mail me at: skip_teauxmelou@yahoo.com

 

 

TITLE

PUBLISHER

FREQUENCY

DATES OF PUBLICATION

NOTES

AbOUT

Cad Michals

Bi-Weekly

Nov 2008-current

 

Albatross

Reuters of Houston

Robert L. Eddy, ed.

(v.1 no.2 Aug 13, 1965 gives the address of 1207 Waugh Dr.)

MO

1965-????

v.1no.2 (SUM) 1968 says the publication is QU. It is still published by Reuters of Houston; Bob Eddy , ed; Assoc. Ed., Alan Dumaset; Staff Artist, Thurstan Mannart. Address given as 4109 Roseland

American Gay and Lesbian Atheist

P.O. Box 66711, Houston, Texas, USA. 713-862-3283

 

Preceded by "American Gay Atheist." Started publication with monthly issues and changed in 1992 to bi-monthly.

 

Barnyard Dirt

 

 

 

 

C.A.T.S.

(Community Awareness for Transgender Support)

Community Awareness for Transgender Support P.O. Box 62 Galveston, TX 77553

 

???

 

 

Choices

 

Choices Unlimited

MO

1983?-????

v.2 no.1 May, 1984 indicates that there was a split and the org. was to be re-named. It is unclear if the periodical was named Choices, or if that was the name of the org. that published Personally Yours-another possible title that appears on the front page of this single issue.

Contact

Houston, TX : Henry Parker

MO

(irregular)

1974-????

"The gay newspaper of the Gulf states." (varies)./ Publisher varies./ Title from caption./ Latest issue consulted: Issue 16 (Aug. 13, 1975).

Emerald Pillows

Lesbian Underground Press

MO

2003-????

 

Erickson Educational Foundation Newsletter

 

Baton Rouge, LA: Erickson Educational Foundation

 

Semiannual, 1968-1970;

 

Quarterly,

1971-1972;

 

Semiannual (irregular), 1973-

 

1968-????

The Erickson Foundation was originally in Galveston. Not sure when it moved to LA

 

Femme Forum, The

Society for the Second Self, Tau Chi Chapter

 

MO

1980s-????

 

Femme Mirror

Society for the Second Self; 8880 Bellaire, B2, Ste. 104, Houston, TX, USA.

MO

First issue: ca. 1961

 

Frontrunners Houston

Houston, Tex. : Frontrunners Houston

 

1980s-????

 

Gab

Gab Media Co., (statewide, with Houston offices),

 

2008-

 

G.C.T.C. Transmission Line: Newsletter of the Gulf Coast Transgender

Gulf Coast Transgender Community

MO

1980s-????

 

Gay Political Caucus newsletter

Houston, TX: Gay Political Caucus

 

19??-????

 

H.G.P.W. (Houston Gay Pride Week) Insider

 

 

 

 

Houston Voice

 

 

1993-????

 part of collapsed Window Media chain

LiB newsletter

Houston, TX:

 

199?-????

 

LXIX

Houston, TX: LXIX Publications

 

1978-????

 v.1 no.5 (3-10 Mar) 1978 Jeff Wesley, ed.

Maleman Funzine

Blueboy, Inc. 3400 Montrose

STE 207

Weekly

1990?-????

v.5 no.13 (13-27 Jan) 1995 Editor in Chief  Greg Flock; Managing Executive, Raymond Baker; General Manager; James Robles; Controller, Steven D. Cameron; Promotions Director, Jerry Ruiz; Director Club F/X, J.R. Ewing

Midnight Rider

 

 

 

 

 

Mockingbird

 

 

 

1972-????

Began as a publication by former Space City collective members

Montrose Gem

McClurg, Henry

Weekly

 current

 

Montrose Star

McClurg, Henry

 

1974-????

Became the Houston Voice

 

Montrose Voice

Community Pub. Co, Houston, TX

Weekly

1980-1991

Merged with "Crescent City Star" to form "New Voice"

New Voice

Houston, TX: Community Pub. Co.

 

1991?- ????

Created by a merger of "Montrose Voice" and "Crescent City Star"

Noticias

Gay & Lesbian Hispanic Unidos (Caucus)

 

198?- ????

Alt title "Noticias del Gay Hispanic Caucus"

Nuntius

Floyd Goff (under the name Phil Frank)

 

1970-1972

Merged with "Our Community" to form "Nutius & Our Community"

Nuntius & Our Community

Houston, TX: The Nuntius

 

1972-1975

Formed by a merger of "Nutius" and "Our Community"

Nuntius Southwest

Houston, TX

 

1975-????

Formed by the merger of "Nuntius & Our Community" and "Update Weekly"

Our Community

Dallas, TX: Our Community

 

1971-1972

Merged with "Nuntius" to form "Nutius & Our Community"

Outsmart:Houston's gay & lesbian monthly magazine

Houston, TX. : Up and Out Communications

 

1994-

 

Pegasus

Flock, Jim

 

1980-????

 

Personally Yours

 

 

 

See Choices

Pointblank Times

Houston, TX: Pointblank Times

 

1975-????

A lesbian/feminist publication

Pussy Control

 

 

 

Zine made by transman Damian Morales

Q-Texas

 

 

????

Statewide with Houston offices

Red

 

 

 

Statewide, national franchise

Star, The

Henry McClurg

 

????

 

T.A.T.S. Newsletter

Texas Association for Transsexual Support

MO

 Jan. 1993-????

PO Box 142, Bellaire, Texas, USA. email: tats@GenderWeb.org URL: http://www.GenderWeb.org/~tats

Texas Silverdollar Times

R.W. Martin and Ron Mayhew

Houston Office

707 Pacific

 

MO?

Have seen a single issue for Sep 1982

 

Texas Star

Montrose Voice Publishing Company

Weekly

1983

“The Texas Edition of the Montrose Voice”

Texas Triangle: The lesbian and gay news weekly of Austin

Austin, TX: Texas Triangle

 

1992-????

 

This Week in Texas (TWT)

Houston, TX: Asylum Enterprises

 

1974-????

 

Tri-Ess Femme Mirror: The Official Publication of the Society for the Second Self, Inc.

 

 

c. 1975-????

 

Upfront

Van Ooteghem, Gary J.

 

1978-1980

bi-weekly newspaper started by Gary J. Van Ooteghem in 1978-published for three years; Changed to "Upfront America"

Upfront America

Houston, TX: Upfront America, Inc.

 

1980-????

Description based on: v. 1, no. 2 (Jan. 18, 1980); title from cover

WAND

Houston, TX; Wyminspace

 

????

Newsletter of the lesbian collective “Womynspace” which had been active since the mid 1980s and has produced the group “Lesbians Over the Age of Fifty,” or “L.O.A.F.”

 

 

 

 

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