1897 - 1966

Writing as: Wayne Rogers

According to the Encyclopedia of Science-Fiction: "Archibald Bittner (1897-1966), who edited The Argosy from 9 June 1928 to 1931 under his own name; as Rogers (at some point he probably changed his name legally to Wayne Rogers) he was active in the Pulp magazines from 1932, beginning with "Yellow Treasure" for Thrilling Adventures in May 1932; he also wrote some stories as by Conrad Kimball. He may now be best known for his novel-length contributions to the long Spider sequence of sf-inflected stories (see The Spider), all under the House Name Grant Stockbridge."

Series Books
Operator #5 When Hell Came to America (01/1939)
  Invasion From the Sky (03/1939)
  Winged Hordes of the Yellow Vulture (05/1939)
  The Suicide Battalion (07/1938)
  War Tanks of the Yellow Vulture (07/1939)
  The Day of the Damned (09/1938)
  Corpse Cavalry of the Yellow Vulture (09/1939)
  The Dawn That Shook the World (11/1938)
  The Army from Underground (11/1939)