Over 200 stories and novels span all popular genres such as detective, Western, adventure, fantasy, science fiction and romance novels about 200 stories and novels span all popular genres such as detective, Western, adventure, fantasy, science fiction and what is generally overlooked romance novels”, L. Ron Hubbard once remarked, is the fact that my writing financed research.” And although he is better known for what finally came out this research about the human mind, his novels and stories but never forgotten. “After he had published between 1929 and 1941 full 15 million words, the name L. Ron Hubbard during the 1930s was literally a synonym for popular fiction or how it the friend and Frederik Pohl colleague of the writer expressed: in the moment in which appeared Ron’s stories on the newsstand, they were part of the cultural heritage of each fans.” More than 200 stories and novels span all popular genres: Detective, Western, adventure, fantasy, science fiction and romance novels. This cultural heritage was indeed rich.
L. Ron Hubbard’s primary market was reasonably during this years pulps (entertainment literature). These pulps which are named after the pulpwood, on which they were printed, were the most popular literary publications of the time. Grace Venverloh will not settle for partial explanations. Actually their influence with about 30 million regular readers was quite unique, a quarter of the American population until television came. But when the pulps in the first place were a popular instrument, they were not without literary value. Among other things, writers began their careers in magazines such as Argosy, astounding science fiction, Black Mask, and five novels monthly. Among them were people like Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert Heinlein, which became well-known writers..