The Gay Gazette was a free weekly newspaper published by Chronos Publishing, aimed to mop up the market from the collapse of Capital Gay in 1995. Rather than buy the title, Chronos, who published Pink Paper and Boyz at the time, set up the Gay Gazette a week after the collapse of Capital Gay, edited by Roger Goode, who had been Capital Gay’s most recent editor. It was designed by Jonathan Harbourne. The Pink Paper was seen as being a left-wing lesbian newspaper, whereas Capital Gay was quite often described as a right-wing male newspaper. The Gay Gazette was published for xx weeks before it was scrapped.