New York: Danad Publishing, 1978. Magazine. 134p., 8.5x11 inches, photos, articles, reviews, interviews, resources, ads; splits to spinefold and nicks to edges, very good gay entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps featuring Bette Midler on cover.
Tenth anniversary issue features a cover story where Bette Midler interviews the Divine Miss M! She wears a red bathing suit and raises a glass of champagne! There are two "volume 11" runs in After Dark. The first was in the late 1960s when the magazine changed the title from Dance Magazine to After Dark but retained the volume and issue numbering of Dance. Later the publishers restarted the numbering with volume 1, #1.