Author:Gertrude Hemken

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Gertrude Hemken
(1913—)
Science fiction fan and frequent letter writer to the pulp magazines of the 1930s. Lived at 5730 South Ashland Ave., Chicago, Illinios.

Works[edit]

Other letters[edit]

  • "Or What Have You?", letter to Astounding Stories (March 1931)[1]
  • "Gr-r-r—She's Mad!", letter to Astounding Stories (March 1931)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Oct 1931)[2]
  • Letter Weird Tales (May 1932)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Sep 1934)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Feb 1935)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jan 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Feb 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Apr 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (May 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jun 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jul 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Dec 1936)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jan 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Feb 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Mar 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Apr 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (May 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jun 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jul 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Aug 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Sep 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Nov 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Dec 1937)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jan 1938)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Feb 1938)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Apr 1938)
  • Letter Weird Tales (May 1938)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jun 1938)
  • Letter Weird Tales (Jul 1938)
  • Letter Golden Fleece (Mar 1939)
  • Potato Chowder recipe printed in The Milwaukee Sentinel (January 22, 1939)[3]

References[edit]

  1. Project Gutenberg
  2. FictionMags Index
  3. Google News


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923. They may be copyrighted outside the U.S. (see Help:Public domain). However, works published before 1923 may be in the public domain in countries where they would ordinarily be copyrighted (due to the term of 70 years [or less] after the author's death having not yet expired) but whose legislature has waived copyright by accepting the rule of the shorter term.