Collective pseudonyms

2017-07-29T04:04:34+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Erin Hunter, Carolyn Keene, Peach-Pit, Claude Izner, Kozma Prutkov, Kukryniksy, Marshall Jevons, John Case (novelist), Arthur Besse, Erckmann-Chatrian, Marius-Ary Leblond, Fujiko Fujio, Guerrilla Girls, Richard Henry (pseudonym), Stefan Brockhoff, Harry Kipper, J.-H. Rosny, Flattus Maximus, Ilona Andrews, J. X. Williams, Bon Gaultier, Grafiksismik, Emma Lathen, Wu Ming, Hadley Irwin, Perri O'Shaughnessy, Charles Nicholas, Georg Paul Thomann, George Spelvin, Quinn Fawcett, Grant Naylor, Robert X. Cringely, Sid Roams, Madeline Harper, Ern Malley, Tori Carrington, J. K. Gibson-Graham, James Keene (writer), Jan Coffey, Patrick Quentin flashcards Collective pseudonyms
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  • Erin Hunter
    Erin Hunter is a collective pseudonym used by the authors Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Gillian Philip, Inbali Iserles, Quincey Schwab, and Tui T.
  • Carolyn Keene
    Carolyn Keene is the pseudonym of the authors of the Nancy Drew mystery stories and The Dana Girls mystery stories, both produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate.
  • Peach-Pit
    Peach-Pit (ピーチ・ピット Pīchi Pitto) is a female manga artist duo in Japan, made up of Banri Sendo (千道 万里 Sendō Banri) and Shibuko Ebara (えばら 渋子 Ebara Shibuko).
  • Claude Izner
    Claude Izner is the pseudonym of two sisters, Liliane Korb (born in 1940) and Laurence Lefèvre (born in 1951), both booksellers on the banks of the Seine in Paris, who jointly write the popular "Victor Legris" series of crime novels.
  • Kozma Prutkov
    Kozma Petrovich Prutkov (Russian: Козьма́ Петро́вич Прутко́в) is a fictional author invented by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy and his cousins, three Zhemchuzhnikov brothers, Alexei, Vladimir and Alexander, during the later part of the rule of Nicholas I of Russia.
  • Kukryniksy
    The Kukryniksy (Russian: Кукрыниксы) were three caricaturists/cartoonists in the USSR with a recognizable style.
  • Marshall Jevons
    Marshall Jevons is a fictitious crime writer invented and used by William L.
  • John Case (novelist)
    John Case is the pseudonym of Jim Hougan and Carolyn Hougan, husband and wife, both published authors in their own right.
  • Arthur Besse
    Arthur Besse is a pseudonym chosen by a group of French differential geometers, led by Marcel Berger, following the model of Nicolas Bourbaki.
  • Erckmann-Chatrian
    Erckmann-Chatrian was the name used by French authors Émile Erckmann (1822–1899) and Alexandre Chatrian (1826–1890), nearly all of whose works were jointly written.
  • Marius-Ary Leblond
    Marius-Ary Leblond is the pen name of two historians, writers, art critics and journalists, George Athénas and Aimé Merlo, cousins, from Réunion.
  • Fujiko Fujio
    Fujiko Fujio (藤子不二雄 Fujiko Fujio) was a nom de plume of a manga writing duo formed by two Japanese manga artists.
  • Guerrilla Girls
    The protests yielded little success, however, so the Guerrilla Girls embarked upon a postering campaign throughout New York City, particularly in the SoHo and East Village neighborhoods.
  • Richard Henry (pseudonym)
    Richard Henry is a pseudonym credited on collaborative works of authors Richard Butler and Henry Chance Newton.
  • Stefan Brockhoff
    Stefan Brockhoff is a pseudonym that was used collectively by a group of three German co-authors of several detective novels, all of them having certain characteristics in common: they were all born in Germany at or about the beginning of the second decade of the twentieth century; at one point or another they all of them became refugees from Nazism; and they all eventually lived out their lives in the United States of America.
  • Harry Kipper
    In the '90s, the pseudonym "Harry Kipper" was appropriated and made into a fictional character invented by the multiple-identity underground movement Luther Blissett.
  • J.-H. Rosny
    J.-H. Rosny was the pseudonym of the brothers Joseph Henri Honoré Boex (1856–1940) and Séraphin Justin François Boex (1859–1948), both born in Brussels.
  • Flattus Maximus
    Flattus Maximus is the name of a former character and guitarist in the American heavy metal band Gwar.
  • Ilona Andrews
    Ilona Andrews is the pen name of Ilona Gordon and Andrew Gordon,an American husband-and-wife duo who write urban fantasy and romantic fiction together.
  • J. X. Williams
    J.X. Williams is a pseudonym used by several different authors during the 1960s for many adult novels.
  • Bon Gaultier
    Bon Gaultier was a nom de plume assumed by the writers William Edmondstoune Aytoun and Sir Theodore Martin.
  • Grafiksismik
    Studio Grafiksismik, Inc.
  • Emma Lathen
    Emma Lathen is the pen name of two American businesswomen: an economist Mary Jane Latsis (July 12, 1927 – October 29, 1997) and an economic analyst Martha Henissart (born 1929), who received her B.
  • Wu Ming
    Wu Ming (extended name: Wu Ming Foundation) is a pseudonym for a group of Italian authors formed in 2000 from a subset of the Luther Blissett community in Bologna.
  • Hadley Irwin
    Hadley Irwin was the pseudonym of a writing team, consisting of Lee Hadley (Earlham, Iowa, 10 October 1934 – Tuesday 22 August 1995, aged 60) and Annabelle Irwin (Peterson, Iowa, 8 October 1915 – Sunday 13 September 1998, aged 82), both Iowa State English professors.
  • Perri O'Shaughnessy
    Perri O'Shaughnessy is the pen name for two sisters, Mary and Pamela O'Shaughnessy, who live in Northern California.
  • Charles Nicholas
    (For the former football player, see Charlie Nicholas.) "Charles Nicholas" is the pseudonymous house name of three early creators of American comic books for the Fox Feature Syndicate and Fox Comics.
  • Georg Paul Thomann
    Georg Paul Thomann (March 13, 1945 – July 21, 2005), purported to be a renowned Austrian conceptual artist of the late 20th century.
  • George Spelvin
    George Spelvin, Georgette Spelvin, and Georgina Spelvin are traditional pseudonyms used in programs in American theater.
  • Quinn Fawcett
    Quinn Fawcett is the pen name of a pair of authors, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro and Bill Fawcett, who also write separately.
  • Grant Naylor
    Grant Naylor was the collective name used by writers Rob Grant and Doug Naylor for their collaborative work, including the television series Red Dwarf.
  • Robert X. Cringely
    Robert X. Cringely is the pen name of both technology journalist Mark Stephens and a string of writers for a column in InfoWorld, the one-time weekly computer trade newspaper published by IDG.
  • Sid Roams
    Sid Roams is an American record production team composed of Joey Chavez and Tavish "Bravo" Graham.
  • Madeline Harper
    Madeline Harper may be the best known joint pseudonym of the American writing team Madeline Porter and Shannon Harper.
  • Ern Malley
    Ernest Lalor "Ern" Malley was a fictitious poet and the central figure in Australia's most famous literary hoax.
  • Tori Carrington
    Tori Carrington is the pen name by the husband–wife writing team formed by Tony Karayianni (b. Smila, Greece) and Lori Schlachter Karayianni (b. Toledo, Ohio, United States), they are a popular United States writer of over 28 romance novels since 1998.
  • J. K. Gibson-Graham
    J.K. Gibson-Graham is a pen name shared by feminist economic geographers Julie Graham and Katherine Gibson.
  • James Keene (writer)
    James Keene was the pseudonym used by the authors Ida Cook and William Everett Cook to write western novels.
  • Jan Coffey
    Jan Coffey is a pen name for the United States marriage of writers formed by James A.
  • Patrick Quentin
    Patrick Quentin, Q.