It's based on the 1934 novel of the same name by the author, who wrote 66 detective novels under her real name, and a further six romance novels under the nom de plume
"Gecko Keck" is a nom de plume
; the skilled and accomplished author's real name is Gerhard Worner.
But just as "Reena" serves as the collective nom de plume
of the artist's close colleagues--who engage in a stealth interrogation of the terms of artistic identity--Rodriguez insistently reflects on the figure of the artist relative to the circulation, valuation, installation, and reproduction of the work of art.
An artist in her own right, Charlotte Sloane has secretly slipped into the persona of her late husband, using his nom de plume
Charlotte even continued to use her nom de plume
well after the death of her sisters and the critical success of her novels.
She is involved in the move from page to screen of her crime novels, written under the nom de plume
Robert Galbraith and featuring the detective Cormoran Strike.
When asked for hints as to other names under which she writes, Patricia said, "My nom de plume
allows me the opportunity to write with complete abandonment without worrying about anyone judging me or my writing.
del Pilar (nom de plume
, Plaridel), the selfless propagandist whose stewardship of the reformist newspaper La Solidaridad helped crystallize nationalist sentiments and ignite libertarian ideas in the 1890s.
Annabel, who works under the nom de plume
Annabel Lecter, began dabbling in the dark chocolate arts four years ago.
NORA Roberts brings us a romance wrapped up in a thriller that would equally be at home under her nom de plume
Ganyana is the nom de plume
of a firearms and ballistics fanatic who is actively involved in Zimbabwe's hunting industry.
Famous mathematician Norbert Wiener once published a novel under the nom de plume
ut on obert ng's e Few people were aware Rowling (right) wrote under the name Galbraith and fewer still realise her other nom de plume
is Derek McGovern.
The question raised by the nom de plume
is how to separate the writer from the writing.
Not so with the stiff-upper-lipped unelected nobody who goes under the medieval, meaningless nom de plume
of Black Rod.