Since this is a collections of cartoons from “Christopher Street Magazine”, I guess we should know a little about the magazine.
Wikipedia© has article on the magazine from which we have:
Christopher Street was a gay-oriented magazine published in New York City, New York. Known both for its serious discussion of issues within the gay community and its satire of anti-gay criticism, it was one of the two most-widely read gay-issues publications in the United States. Christopher Street covered politics and culture and its aim was to become a gay New Yorker.  The magazine featured original fiction from such notable authors as Andrew Holleran as well as emerging new gay writers. First published in July 1976, Christopher Street printed 231 issues before closing its doors in December 1995.
This publication exemplifies my biggest grip with some cartoon collections. They will not give credit to the people who make the collection possible. No index of contributors, no information on the cartoonists, not even an acknowledgment that without the cartoonists, there would be no book. So there.
BUT, ALL IS NOT LOST. SEE THE COMMENT FOLLOWING THIS POST.
Well, since it was published in 1978, possibly they thought the cartoonists would like to remain anonymous. However, even if it was a collection from a gay oriented magazine, (homosexual in those days) one would think the cartoonists would like credit.
Well enough of that. I went through and noted the names where found on the un-numbered pages (another gripe). They are as follows.
TABBAT who has the cover cartoon, which is repeated inside the book.
Fiala one cartoon, possibly Rick Fiala
LUBLIN, 16 Cartoons
Henry Bacum, at least I think is the correct spelling, one cartoon
Rick Fiala, who seems to have two different styles, 24 cartoons.
Butram Dusk, again, I am guessing on the spelling, 5 cartoons.
Bruce Kimener, one cartoon
Nancy Marchall, or possibly Marshall, one cartoon
Three un-credited cartoons.
Agar & Fiala 2 cartoons-wonder if the Fiala is Rick Fiala.
B.K. one cartoon
Fiala & Dlugos, one cartoon. Again, Fiala, possibly Rick Fiala.
Dean 4 cartoons.
Baum 2 cartoons.
Schlosberg, I think that is the name, one cartoon.
Jorgensen one cartoon.
Byrd, one cartoon.
B.B. one cartoon.
March, I think that is the name, one cartoon..
I have searched the usual sources, but can find nothing on any of these names. If anyone out there has a clue as to who these cartoonists are, I would appreciate your letting me know so that they can receive their due.
So, on to TABBAT.
Three cartoons by LUBIN
One cartoon by Henry Bacum (?)
Now four of Rick Fiala cartoons, showing the styles he uses.
One from Butram Dusk, at least I think it is Dusk
One by Bruce Kimener
One by Nancy Marchall, or Marshall
Two by Agar and Fiala
Fiala again, this time with Dlugos.
Two from Dean
One from Baum
One from Schlosberg. At least that is how I read it.
One from Byrd
One from initials only, BB
One from someone named, March. At least I think it is March.
And finally, three cartoons with no identifying names, initials, etc. At first I listed the Kimener cartoon and one of Dean’s and one of Lublin’s as unknown because the names were buried in the drawing. I have really searched the next three cartoons, and have not been able to find any identifying names, initials, etc.
Well, there you have it. A collection from the nineteen year run of “Christopher Street Magazine.” However, from the title page, the book is copyright 1978 by “That New Magazine, Inc.” So, just who published it depends on if you are reading the cover or the title page.
Until next time.