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Robert Payne was the creator of Drummer magazine, a publication that brought gay leather culture to a new level of prominence in the 1970s. This magazine was the first publication to feature Aaron Travis, John Preston, and many other classic writers of leather bdsm erotica.

But Robert Payne's fiction has long been out of print.

The new Robert Payne Collection will make many of the author's most memorable stories available for the first time in decades.

©1992 Robert Payne (P)2018 Capricorn Literary

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Of historical interest for Drummer magazine fans

The description for Audible’s Unabridged Audiobook of ‘The Exchange & Other Stories: Robert Payne Collection, Book 1’ by Robert Payne with narration by Richard L. Walton, includes this warning: ‘Strong BDSM and sexual content suitable for adults only.’

Actually if you’re interested in the works of Robert Payne, the creator of Drummer magazine, a publication from the 1970s, you may be surprised to find these stories, while indeed unlike publications today, are at least of historical interest. Richard Walton does a superb job of narration.