Kenneth Robeson was a house name created by Street and Smith for its Doc Savage pulp series. Most of the Robeson-credited stories were written by Lester Dent. Others whose work appeared under the Robeson name included Ryerson Johnson, Laurence Donovan, William Bogart, Alan Hathway and Harold A. Davis.
Robeson also was used by Street when it launched its hero pulp The Avenger. The novel-length adventures were written by Paul Ernst, while the subsequent short stories were penned by Emile C. Tepperman.
- Other writers to use the Robeson name for Doc Savage stories in the 1990s include Philip Jose Farmer and Will Murray.
- Ron Goulart wrote 12 novels under the Robeson name when Warner Books decided to extend its paperback reprint series of The Avenger in the 1970s.