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His short story "Gert Fram" appeared in the July 1977 fine arts issue of that magazine under the pseudonym Byron Walley.
The name Byron Walley was used by Card on his first published piece of fiction "Gert Fram" which appeared in the July 1977 fine arts issue of Ensign magazine.
In 1976, in the midst of a paid role performing in the church's musical celebrating America's Bicentennial, he secured employment as an assistant editor at the Ensign, and moved to Salt Lake City.
It was while working at Ensign that Card published his first piece of fiction.
In 1983 Card published the novel Saints, a historical fiction based loosely on one of his ancestors and her experiences coming into the LDS Church during the early portion of its movement.
It continues through her eyes into subsequent events up until the granting of Statehood to Utah.
In 2008, Card's novella Hamlet's Father, a retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, was published in the anthology The Ghost Quartet (Tor Books).
The work re-interpreted all of the characters' personalities and motivations. Gump when he was asked to write an overview of Mormon playwrights "Mormon Shakespeares: A Study of Contemporary Mormon Theatre" for Spring 1976 issue of Sunstone magazine.
He has written under a number of pseudonyms, including Frederick Bliss, Brian Green, P. Gump, Dinah Kirkham, Scott Richards, and Byron Walley.
Card was born in Richland, Washington, and grew up in Santa Clara, California as well as Mesa, Arizona and Orem, Utah. For part of the 1970s Card worked as an associate editor of the Ensign, an official magazine of the LDS Church.
He later also wrote the first formic war saga: Earth Unaware, Earth Afire, and Earth Awakens as a prequel to the Ender novels.
This trilogy relays, among other things, the history of Mazer Rackham.
In the fall of 2005, Card launched Orson Scott Card's Inter Galactic Medicine Show.