Chess Life


Chess Life
Chess Life, September 2010

Chess Life is a monthly chess magazine published in the United States. The official publication of the United States Chess Federation (USCF), it reaches more than a quarter of a million readers every month. A subscription to Chess Life is one of the benefits of Full Adult, Youth, or Life (as of 2011) membership in the USCF. USCF members under age 13 receive Chess Life for Kids bi-monthly. Other members receive a quarterly newsletter containing only information about upcoming chess tournaments. From late 1969 to 1980 it was called Chess Life & Review.

Contents

History

Chess Life & Review, January 1976

The United States Chess Federation was incorporated on December 27, 1939. In the early years, it had no office and no publication. In 1945 and 1946, USCF Annual books were published. In 1946, publication of Chess Life started as a bi-weekly newspaper, usually eight or twelve pages long. In 1961, Frank Brady converted Chess Life to a slick-covered magazine. In 1969, Chess Life merged with Chess Review, the other leading U.S. chess magazine. The magazine was published under the title Chess Life & Review starting with the November 1969 issue until 1980 when it returned to the name Chess Life.

Editors

  • 05/1946–12/1957 Montgomery Major
  • 01/1958-12/1960 Fred M. Wren
  • 01/1961–12/1961 Frank Brady
  • 1962–05/1966 J. F. Reinhardt
  • 06/1966–11/1966 Ed Edmondson and Bill Goichberg
  • 12/1966–––––––– Burt Hochberg and Ed Edmondson
  • 01/1967–10/1979 Burt Hochberg
  • 11/1979–01/1982 Fairfield W. Hoban
  • 02/1982–12/1984 Frank Elley
  • 01/1985–03/1988 Larry Parr
  • 04/1988–––––––– Fairfield W. Hoban
  • 05/1988–07/1989 Don Maddox
  • 08/1989–––––––– Boris Baczynskyj
  • 09/1989–10/1990 Julie Ann Desch
  • 11/1990–10/2000 Glenn Petersen
  • 11/2000–10/2003 Peter Kurzdorfer
  • 11/2003–12/2003 Glenn Petersen
  • 01/2004–03/2005 Kalev Pehme
  • 04/2005–02/2006 Glenn Petersen
  • 10/2005–02/2006 Gerald Dullea
  • 03/2006–present Daniel Lucas

Contributors

Some of the notable chess authors and players to write for Chess Life:

See also

External links


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