Column by Leah Dearborn
It’s the holiday season again, so we're here to do the perennial good work of keeping readers from murdering their families by providing an ulterior outlet.
Column by David Cranmer
Western movies, long past their mid-twentieth century popularity, are still being made, and in many ways are better written than their predecessors, avoiding offensive tropes & predictable narrative.
Column by Jay Wilburn August 3, 2020
A number of horror authors have begun exploring the western genre with their own bloody twists, leading to some very interesting results.
Column by BH Shepherd
A look at the genre-bending storytelling of "The Mandalorian."
Column by Peter Derk
'Wraiths of The Broken Land' is easily the best thing I read this year. And the grossest.
Column by Susan DeFreitas June 15, 2017
Forget Louis L'Amour, and even Ivan Doig--the best, most bad-ass fiction of the American West is being written by women.
The Tale Must Be Greater Than The Truth: An Interview with Andrew Hilleman, Author of 'World, Chase Me Down'Interview by Steph Post
A conversation and literary dissection with Andrew Hilleman, debut author of the novel 'World, Chase Me Down.'
News by Raine Winters
The project will be a TV miniseries.