In 2008, Galaxy Press embarked upon a six-year program to re-publish over 150 short stories and novelettes written by Mr. Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s, in the form of an 80-volume book and full cast audio drama series. These stories span every genre from western and mystery to fantasy and science fiction.
The annual L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future anthology, featuring new authors selected by a panel of blue ribbon judges, is likewise published by Galaxy Press.
Established in 2002 to meet the growing demand for the fiction works of bestselling author, L. Ron Hubbard, Galaxy Press is located in the Author Services, Inc. building on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. It is the United States publisher and distributor for Mr. Hubbard’s complete fiction library, including perennial and New York Times bestsellers such as Battlefield Earth, Mission Earth, Fear, Final Blackout and To the Stars.
Writers of the Future contestants have filled American bookshelves with nearly a thousand trendsetting novels and 3,500 short stories. Winners of the illustrators contest have similarly graced well over a thousand publications with imaginative images and placed upwards of a million prints in the public domain. Contest winners have further collected well over fifty premier awards from elsewhere across the field, including numerous Hugos and Nebulas—not to mention National Book Awards and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.