L. Ron Hubbard

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a United States writer of science fiction and founder of Scientology (1911-1986)


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Ron Hubbard Presents Writers Of The Future" showcases such well established science fiction and fantasy authors as Orson Scott Card, Kevin J.
Ron Hubbard was a master storyteller and one of the most prolific contributors to the 'Golden Age' of pulp magazines.
Ron Hubbard in 1983 to help give aspiring writers a much-needed break.
In his book The Church of Fear - Inside the Weird World of Scientology, he reports how he was told the vault "houses the lectures of church founder L Ron Hubbard on gold discs locked in titanium caskets sealed with argon.
The director of new film The Master has acknowledged that the founder of Scientology L Ron Hubbard was the inspiration for the titular character.
Former Scientologist Marc Headley obtained a copy of the screenplay and told The Daily Beast website: "I can tell you even if Scientology comes out with a statement that this movie is not about L Ron Hubbard or Scientology, this is the biggest fictional middle finger ever flown their way.
The group, which says its teachings "are based on the works of author L Ron Hubbard [the religion's founding father]", said they had worked with a prisoner in Magilligan "within the last year" dealing with drug addiction.
The movement, founded in 1954 by American author L Ron Hubbard, has defended its status, saying that it provides valuable community service.
The contest was started in America in 1984 by top science fiction writer L Ron Hubbard, author of the best-selling Battle-field Earth and Mission Earth series, who wanted to encourage new writing talent and open up opportunities for them to make a career from writing.
All the 12 yearly winners also get published in an anthology, L Ron Hubbard Presents -Writers Of The Future, which is distributed internationally.
Ron Hubbard Illustrators of the Future Contest was started in 1988 as an expression of L.
Ron Hubbard, the late founder of the Church of Scientology.
Ron Hubbard (who stole Parsons' lover), physicist Robert Millikan, occult luminary Aleister Crowley, and aviatorrecluse Howard Hughes.
Ron Hubbard on the wall, and clapped" had originally been followed by "(I was attending an 'event' as a guest and it was only polite to clap along with the cultists.
L Ron Hubbard funded all of his research into the humanities through his fiction writings, which have sold more than 60 million copies throughout the world.