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“Many famous authors wrote using pen-names or were “ghost writers” for professional reasons … John Le Carre springs to mind as one.”
“The writers all write under pen-names, so while we do not know their identities, they do share with us the fact that they are college students.”
“Kate Norway was the popular pen-name of Olive Norton (nee Claydon, 1913-1973) who regularly wrote three hospital romances and two crime novels a year, many appearing under pen-names (Norway, Bess Norton, Hilary Neal).”
“Did he simply move on and write under other pen-names?”
“Elizabeth Adeline McElfresh (1918- ) was a prolific American romance writer under a variety of pen-names (Jennifer Blair, John Cleveland, Jane Scott, Elizabeth Wesley) who specialised in the Doctor/Nurse romance genre.”
“As a reader, if all the books I like best turned out to be written by women writing under men's pen-names, or written by men writing under women's pen-names, it would make not one iota of difference to me whatsoever.”
“He wrote a whole bunch of crime novels and Westerns under both his own and various pen-names, and I was more than somewhat amused to learn, while recently 'googling', that at least one of them was banned in Ireland!”
“I'm sure Todd Mason could give you the entire crazed history of it, and he might even know if Rosenquest and Thompson were real people or just pen-names for Ellison and Silverberg, who apparently wrote most of the stories for this publication.”
“Edward and his wife Ann (nee Hildebrant) had six sons, all of whom became landscape painters, and to differentiate their work, three of the children adopted pen-names under which to work: two of them worked under their last Christian names (S. R. Percy, Arthur Gilbert) and Henry John Boddington adopted his wife's surname.”
“For behind these pen-names — eighteen or nineteen of them — stood a single bland-faced, sharp-tongued teenager, whose real name was Cyril Kornbluth.”
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