In Battlefield Earth, which was first published in 1982, the evil Psychlo Terl gives the book’s hero, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, a “learning machine.” The user places disks on various subjects onto a rod on top of the machine–similar to putting a CD in a boom box …
“Battlefield Earth“ by L. Ron Hubbard came to life at Dragon Con 2016 with Terl and the story’s heroes making special guest appearances
A newspaper reporter once asked New York Times bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard if he had any advice for budding writers.
Galaxy Press attended the San Diego Comic-Con and polled attendees to get answers to questions about aliens. The answers are as varied and entertaining as the people giving them.
We asked bestselling science fiction author who recently penned the Ancient Aliens video game for the History Channel, Steven-Elliot Altman about extra terrestrials.
We are very excited to announce that the Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 audiobook was recognized as a winner of the Independent Press Award in the category of “Audiobook Cover Design: Fiction.”
L. Ron Hubbard called Frank Frazetta the “King of Illustrators” when he commissioned the legendary artist to paint the cover illustration that now graces the upcoming edition of Battlefield Earth.
What does one get when 65 talented actors, spanning TV, film, animation and video games, join forces to create an audiobook? In short—magic! Then blend into the mix cinematic sound effects and original musical scores by award-winning producers and composers. The end result is one of the largest and highest quality audiobook productions soon to be released.
In 1980, in celebration of his 50th anniversary as a professional writer, L. Ron Hubbard returned to fiction and completed one of the biggest and most popular science fiction novels ever published: Battlefield Earth. After completing Battlefield Earth he wrote the music and lyrics for an accompanying album—the first soundtrack ever composed for a book.