Astounding Science Fiction, Nov. 1938

L. Ron Hubbard made a name for himself back when he wrote for a penny a word.  He craved fame and he got a good measure of it, at least in the area of pulp fiction.  But of course that was insufficient for his ego.   He had to have more, and that was what he got.  Alas, his fame became infamy: he died alone and in hiding.

"The Tramp," by L. Ron Hubbard, pt. 3 of 3

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