Readers of The Ladder, the magazine of the Daughters of Bilitis, know that many of the writers used pseudonyms. While researching Diana Press at the Mazer Archives in Los Angeles, I found a file with contracts for the Diana Press book, Lesbian Lives: Biographies from The Ladder. Barbara Grier had eight pseudonyms that she used in writing biographies of lesbians for The Ladder. Many may be familiar with Gene Damon, the pseudonym that she used for the majority of her book reviewing, but there are others including: Lee Stuart, Vern Niven, Terri Cook, Lennox Strong, Marion Barrow, B.G., and Dorothy Lyle. How many women were writing for The Ladder in the final evaluation?