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The Cuckoo's Calling, Rowling's first crime novel written under her pseudonym, was published in April 2013.
Supreme Court hasn't explicitly ruled on the constitutionality of pseudonym use, but it has ruled on cases that used pseudonyms, such as Roe v.
Mrs Thatcher's pseudonym was disclosed after a Freedom of Information request by Shawn Musgrave, projects editor at website muckrock.
The pseudonym of the author of the winning poem was proclaimed but no-one rose to disclose the identity of Fleur de Lys.
London, July 20( ANI ): JK Rowling has revealed that crime novels written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith will eventually outnumber her Harry Potter books.
Now, Russell has switched genres and here he shares his new fictional world - under the pseudonym Christopher Galt.
Fans were surprised when The Cuckoo's Calling was revealed to be J K Rowling writing under a pseudonym.
Rowling, author of the "Harry Potter" series, had secretly penned a new crime novel, "The Cuckoo's Calling," under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
Hardly The spook, on trial under the pseudonym Mark Barton, is also accused of beating the woman, known as 2363, during a fourmonth campaign of terror.
Super-curvy Kim is going under a pseudonym and Kourtney is named after a character in the film Breakfast At Tiffany's.
The man has not reported for work since another fugitive, Naoko Kikuchi, was arrested late Sunday, and several million yen was withdrawn from a bank account opened by a person named Shinya Sakurai, the pseudonym used by Takahashi, the sources added.
The hackers used an LMRA employee's pseudonym and password and cancelled the violations committed by some companies in exchange for BD1,500.