L. Ron Hubbard bibliography

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The following is a partial bibliography of the writings of L. Ron Hubbard (1911–1986).

Fiction[edit]

  1. Under the Black Ensign (1935)
  2. Buckskin Brigades (1937), ISBN 0-88404-280-4
  3. Slaves of Sleep (1939)
  4. Ultimate Adventure, the (1939)
  5. Final Blackout (1940), ISBN 0-88404-340-1
  6. Indigestible Triton, the (1940)
  7. The Automagic Horse (1940) published (1994)
  8. The End Is Not Yet (1947) (serialized in Astounding Science Fiction, no book publication reported[1]
  9. Death's Deputy (1948)
  10. To the Stars (1950)
  11. The Masters of Sleep (1950)
  12. The Kingslayer (1949)
  13. Fear (1951), ISBN 0-88404-599-4
  14. Typewriter in the Sky (1951), ISBN 0-88404-933-7
  15. Return to Tomorrow (1954)
  16. The Ultimate Adventure (1970)
  17. Ole Doc Methuselah (1953), ISBN 0-88404-653-2
  18. Seven Steps to the Arbiter (1975)
  19. Battlefield Earth (1982), ISBN 0-312-06978-2
  20. Mission Earth 1. The Invaders Plan (1985)
  21. Mission Earth 2. Black Genesis (1986)
  22. Mission Earth 3.The Enemy Within (1986)
  23. Mission Earth 4. An Alien Affair (1986)
  24. Mission Earth 5. Fortune of Fear (1986)
  25. Mission Earth 6. Death Quest (1986)
  26. Mission Earth 7. Voyage of Vengeance (1987)
  27. Mission Earth 8. Disaster (1987)
  28. Mission Earth 9. Villainy Victorious (1987)
  29. Mission Earth 10. The Doomed Planet (1987)

Short fiction[edit]

  • Hell Job Series, Argosy, 11 July 1936
  • Mr. Luck, Argosy, 3 October 1936
  • Deep Sea Driver, Argosy 24 October 1936
  • The Big Cats, Argosy 31 October 1936
  • River Driver, Argosy, 7 November 1936
  • Mountaineer, Argosy, 6 February 1937
  • The Dangerous Dimension, Astounding Science Fiction, July 1938,
  • The Tramp (Part 1), Astounding Science Fiction, September 1938,
  • The Tramp (Part 2), Astounding Science Fiction, October 1938,
  • The Tramp (Part 3), Astounding Science Fiction, November 1938
  • General Swamp, C.I.C. (Part 1), Astounding Science Fiction, Aug 1939 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • General Swamp, C.I.C. (Part 2), Astounding Science Fiction, Sep 1939 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • This Ship Kills! Astounding Science Fiction, November 1939 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • Danger in the Dark Unknown, May 1939
  • The Ghoul Unknown, August 1939
  • Vanderdecken Unknown, December 1939 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • The Professor Was a Thief, Astounding Science Fiction, February 1940
  • Final Blackout (Part 1), Astounding Science Fiction, April 1940,
  • Final Blackout (Part 2), Astounding Science Fiction, May 1940,
  • Final Blackout (Part 3), Astounding Science Fiction, June 1940,
  • The Kraken Unknown Fantasy Fiction, June 1940 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • Fear Unknown Fantasy Fiction, July 1940
  • The Idealist Astounding Science Fiction, July 1940 (as Kurt von Rachen)
  • The Kilkenny Cats Astounding Science Fiction, September 1940 (as Kurt von Rachen)
  • The Devil's Rescue Unknown Fantasy Fiction, October 1940,
  • One Was Stubborn Unknown Fantasy Fiction, October 1940, (as Rene La Fayette)
  • Typewriter in the Sky (Part 1), Unknown Fantasy Fiction, November 1940
  • Typewriter in the Sky (Part 2), Unknown Fantasy Fiction, December 1940
  • The Traitor Astounding Science Fiction, January 1941 (as Kurt von Rachen)
  • History Class, 2133 A.D. Thrilling Wonder Stories, January 1941 (as Frederick Engelhardt)
  • The Crossroads Unknown Fantasy Fiction, February 1941, (1941)
  • The Mutineers Astounding Science Fiction, April 1941, (as Kurt von Rachen)
  • The Case of the Friendly Corpse Unknown Fantasy Fiction, August 1941,
  • Borrowed Glory, Unknown Worlds, October 1941, (1941)
  • The Last Drop, Astonishing Stories, November 1941, (with L. Sprague de Camp)
  • The Invaders,Astounding Science Fiction, January 1942,
  • The Rebels Astounding Science Fiction, February 1942, (as Kurt von Rachen)
  • He Didn't Like Cats Unknown Worlds, February 1942
  • The Room, Unknown Worlds, April 1942,
  • Strain, Astounding Science Fiction, April 1942,
  • The Slaver, Astounding Science Fiction, June 1942,
  • Space Can, Astounding Science Fiction, July 1942
  • The Beast, Astounding Science Fiction, October 1942
  • The Great Secret, Science Fiction Stories, April 1943,
  • Ole Doc Methuselah, Astounding Science Fiction, October 1947 (as René Lafayette)
  • The Expensive Slaves Astounding Science Fiction, November 1947 (as René Lafayette)
  • Her Majesty's Aberration, Astounding Science Fiction, March 1948 (as René Lafayette)
  • The Obsolete Weapon, Astounding Science Fiction, May 1948
  • The Great Air Monopoly Astounding Science Fiction, September 1948, (as René Lafayette)
  • When Shadows Fall, Startling Stories, July 1948,
  • 240,000 Miles Straight Up, Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1948
  • Forbidden Voyage, Startling Stories, January 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • The Magnificent Failure, Startling Stories, March 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • Plague!, Astounding Science Fiction, April 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • The Conroy Diary, Astounding Science Fiction, May 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • The Incredible Destination, Startling Stories, May 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • A Sound Investment, Astounding Science Fiction, June 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • The Unwilling Hero, Startling Stories, July 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • A Matter of Matter, Astounding Science Fiction, August 1949,
  • Beyond the Black Nebula, Startling Stories, September 1949, (as Rene LaFayete)
  • The Automagic Horse, Astounding Science Fiction, October 1949
  • The Planet Makers, Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1949,
  • The Emperor of the Universe, Startling Stories, November 1949, (as René Lafayette)
  • A Can of Vacuum, Astounding Science Fiction, December 1949
  • The Last Admiral, Startling Stories, January 1950, (as René Lafayette)
  • Beyond All Weapons, Super Science Stories, January 1950
  • Ole Mother Methuselah, Astounding Science Fiction, January 1950, (as René Lafayette)
  • Greed, Astounding Science Fiction, April 1950,
  • Battling Bolto, Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1950,
  • The Final Enemy Super Science Stories, September 1950,
  • Tough Old Man Startling Stories, November 1950,

Short story collections[edit]

Beginning in the 1990s Author Services began publishing volumes of Hubbard's short fiction organized by genre (Adventure, Mystery/Suspense, Science Fiction, Western, etc.) At least 42 volumes were published. The following information comes from the Library of Congress's Online Catalog, with supplemental information from www.bookfinder.com

Adventure Stories[2]

  • V1-Five mex for a million ; Price for a hat ; The cossack
  • V2-The black sultan ; The barbarians -- Red Sand
  • V3-The trail of the red diamonds ; Golden hell ; Tomb of the ten thousand dead
  • V4-Starch and stripes ; Trick soldier ; Mr. Tidwell, gunner --
  • V5-Tah ; Grounded ; Yellow loot ; Red death over China --
  • V6-The squad that never came back ; The adventure of "X" ; Escape for three --
  • V7-The sky devil ; He walked to war ; The crate killer --
  • V8-Yukon madness ; Medals for Mahoney ; Wings over Ethiopia --
  • V9-Catapult courage ; Raiders of the beam ; Boomerang bomber --
  • V10-The green god ; Machine gun 21,000 ; Fifty-Fifty O’Brien
  • V11-Pearl pirate ; The drowned city ; The small boss of Nunaloha

Fantasy Stories[3]

  • V1-The crossroads ; The devil’s rescue ; The room
  • V2-The dangerous dimension ; The professor was a thief ; The last drop ; He didn’t like cats
  • V3-Danger in the Dark; Borrowed Glory; If I Were You

Hell Job Series

  • V1-Sleepy McGee ; Don’t rush me ; Mr. Luck[4]
  • V2-Test pilot ; Deep-sea diver ; The big cats[5]
  • V3-River driver ; The ethnologist ; Mine inspector[6]
  • V4-The shooter ; Steeplejack ; Flying trapeze[7]
  • V5-Mountaineer ; A lesson in lightning ; Nine lives[8]

Mystery/Suspense Stories[9]

  • V1-Calling squad cars! ; The blow torch murder ; The grease spot ; Killer’s law --
  • V2-Dead men kill ; Mouthpiece ; The mad dog murder
  • V3-The death flyer ; They killed him dead ; The slickers

Ole Doc Methuselah Stories[10]

  • V1-Ole Doc Methuselah ; Her Majesty’s aberration ; The expensive slaves ; The great air monopoly
  • V2-Plague! ; A sound investment ; Ole Mother Methuselah.

Science Fiction Stories[11]

  • V1-240,000 miles straight up ; The were-human ; He found God
  • V2-The obsolete weapon ; The planet makers ; Beyond all weapons
  • V3-Battle of wizards ; A can of vacuum ; Tough old man
  • V4-One was stubborn ; A matter of matter ; Greed
  • V5-STRAIN; THE SLAVER; SPACE CAN; FINAL ENEMY
  • V6-The great secret ; The automagic horse ; Battling Bolto

Western Stories[12]

  • V1-Hoss tamer ; Stranger in town ; The ghost town gun-ghost
  • V2-The toughest ranger ; The bad one ; Marriage for spite ; Horse and horse
  • V3-Tinhorn’s daughter ; Johnny, the town tamer
  • V4-The baron of Coyote River ; Man for breakfast ; Blood on his spurs
  • V5-The neck scarf ; The no-gun gunhawk ; Devil’s manhunt --
  • V6-Maybe because--! ; "Tooby" ; Plans for the boy ; Under the Diehard brand
  • V7-Canteens! ; Ride ’em, cowboy ; The ranch that no one would buy
  • V8-When Gilhooly was in flower ; Boss of the Lazy B ; Ruin at Rio Piedras
  • V9-Come and get it ; Death waits at sundown ; Cattle king for a day
  • V10-Leaducation ; Reign of the Gila monster ; Gun boss of the Tumbleweed
  • V11-King of the gunmen ; Silent paards ; Shadows from Boot Hill ; Gunman!--
  • V12-The magic quirt ; Stacked bullets ; The Gunner from Gehenna

Scientology and Dianetics[edit]

Adaptations by other authors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ISFDB listing
  2. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  3. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  4. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  5. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  6. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  7. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  8. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  9. ^ "Titles List (Library of Congress Online Catalog)". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  10. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  11. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20. 
  12. ^ "WebVoyage Record View 1". Catalog.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-20.