Chronicles of L. Ronia - 2008-08-07

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F46.png Chronicles of L. Ronia August 7, 2008, Allison Fass, Forbes Magazine

Before L. Ron Hubbard published Dianetics in 1950 and founded Scientology two years later he penned adventure, mystery and sci-fi stories for pulp magazines. Now, Galaxy Press, a for-profit publisher that is owned by the Church of Scientology International in Los Angeles, is releasing those "Stories from the Golden Age" in a series of 80 paperback books -- accompanied by a $1.9 million marketing blitz aimed partly at middle-schoolers.


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