Which do you want? A pseudonym is any false name. A pen name is only a false name used by an author to identify his or her work.
Edgar Allan Poe's first published collection of poems, "Tamerlane and Other Poems", was attributed to "A Bostonian". At that time (1827), he was using "Edgar A. Perry" as an alias.
So if you mean pseudonym, the answer is Edgar A. Perry, but if you mean pen name, it's A Bostonian.
When Poe's most famous poem, "The Raven", was first published, it was signed "by - - Quarles".
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