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
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.