Typewriter in the Sky Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Tom Bristol, the swashbuckling hero in L. Ron Hubbard’s pirate adventure, Under the Black Ensign, walked the red carpet in the 84th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade. Standing over five stories tall, Bristol was seen by an estimated one million fans who packed the parade route along Hollywood and Sunset Blvds.
Did you know that Final Blackout received much fanfare when first published in 1940, but even the most avid reader today doesn’t realize how pivotal a novel it was …
In a study of literacy among 20 ‘high income’ countries, the United States ranked 12th. 44% of American adults do not read a BOOK in a year. 1 in 4 children in America grows up without learning how to read…
Originally published in July 1940, L. Ron Hubbard’s immortal Fear has riveted readers for 75 years and will continue to do so in the years and decades to come.
Gritty, raw, detectives stories, like those portrayed in the HBO series, True Detective didn’t happen overnight.
Are zombies real? And what separates the facts from the fiction? Here are the facts from Hollywood to Haiti and in literature on zombies.
Seventy-five years after its 1940 publication, Fear by L. Ron Hubbard remains one of the foundations of the contemporary horror genre, widely influential and powerfully effective.
The 3rd annual Salt Lake Comic Con is in full swing and you can stop by and see us at our booth (#3510). With over 130,000 attendees, Salt Lake Comic Con is a world-class pop culture phenomenon with guests from TV shows and films such as Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Firefly, The Walking Dead and more. It’s the ultimate fan celebration and more.