L. Ron Hubbard wrote 3 stories using 3 pen names published in 1 magazine. What were they?
The September 1935 publication of Top-Notch magazine included:
“The Sky Devil” by L. Ron Hubbard
“Medals for Mahoney” under the pen name Ken Martin
“Buckley Plays a Hunch” under the pen name Bernard Hubbel
What was L. Ron Hubbard’s first published fiction story?
L. Ron Hubbard’s first pulp fiction story, “The Green God,” appeared in the February 1934 issue of Thrilling Adventures.
Currently available as part of the Stories from the Golden Age series, in the book The Green God.
To supply his fans and editors with stories across an array of genres and pulp titles, L. Ron Hubbard adopted fifteen pseudonyms, what were they?
Between 1934 and 1950, L. Ron Hubbard authored more than fifteen million words of fiction in more than two hundred classic publications under fifteen pseudonyms in addition to his already renowned L. Ron Hubbard byline.