THE STORY WITH NO NAME PART 21
Jack Martin (aka Gary Dobbs), author of Black Horse Westerns The Tarnished Star (now available) and Arkansas Smith (coming soon), turns in more blazing western action in this week's installment of our round-robin epic over at THE TAINTED ARCHIVE.
A FISTFUL OF LEGENDS - LIMITED TIME OFFER
This new anthology is available for immediate shipment - with free shipping - but only until January 11. After that, you'll have to wait, like everyone else on the planet, until January 31, and pay postage. Details here.
RETURN TO HAXAN
Kenneth Mark Hoover delivers another fine tale of that not-quite-natural western town Haxan at Beneath Ceaseless Skies. "High Moon" is the fifth in the series. You'll find the first story HERE, and the second, third and fourth stories on The Western Online.
This new online mag is now in its third issue. The latest tales are from Greg Camp and Terry Alexander.
DISSING THE WESTERN?
Western writer Lance Howard (aka Howard Hopkins) speaks eloquently on the subject at Dark Bits.
LOUIE L'AMOUR RIDES AGAIN
After a brief hiatus, we're pleased to note that Chris is back in action at The Louis L'Amour Project.
10-STORY WESTERN REVIEW
Richard Prosch recently delivered a multi-part review of all ten stories (plus the cover) of a single issue of this pulp mag. Not to be missed, at Meridian Bridge.
A WILD WEST CHRISTMAS
It ain't exactly a cowboy story, but it is an event. A never-before-published Christmas story by Wild West Weekly great Paul S. Powers has just appeared on Laurie's Wild West.
Recently here on the Almanack: A review, complete with TV theme songs, of the Whitman kids' books Maverick, Zorro and Have Gun Will Travel. And reviews of Kid Wolf of Texas and Pulp Writer, both by the aforementioned Paul S. Powers.