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