Examples of pen name in a Sentence
Samuel L. Clemens is better known by his pen name “Mark Twain.”
Recent Examples of pen name from the Web
The twist is that, as the podcast's title suggests, the series was written by Morton’s father, who goes by the pen name Rocky Flintstone.
Her latest book is the first in a murder mystery series set in her beloved British countryside: Murder at the Mill (Trapeze), which Bagshawe wrote under her pen name, M.B. Shaw.
For more than two decades, the U.S. mother-son writing team that goes by the pen name of Charles Todd have built a track record of murder mysteries investigated by the fictional Scotland Yard Inspector Ian Rutledge.
The retired science teacher, with pen name C.R. Downing, frequently drives from his home in Point Loma to help coach the budding authors in the Thursday creative writing class.
The comics industry has a long history of people adopting pen names.
This was both Fitzgerald's pen name and a character in This Side of Paradise, often understood by critics to represent the poet John Peale Bishop.
Twain's pen name originates from his time working with steamboats: Twain refers to a measure of length known as two fathoms (12 feet).
When James severely admonished him for writing articles under a pen name, the teenager took off for Philadelphia.
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PEN NAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pen name for English Language Learners
: a name used by a writer instead of the writer's real name
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