Outlaws and Lawmen

October 2012 – in time for Christmas. Available from University of New Mexico Press or you can get your own signed copy from Doug’s Store.

Here is the Table of Contents to Outlaws and Lawmen:

TRADITIONAL WESTERN SHORT STORIES

 A Blood Red Moon

by D.B. Jackson

 A Cool Hand

By Jerry Guin

Dead Women Tell No Tales

By W. Michael Farmer

Don’t Judge A Book

By Dave P. Fisher

Escape From The Hell Hole

By John Duncklee

Marshal Of Arizona

By Douglas W. Hocking

Riding Lonesome

By Jason H. Campbell

The Day Delgado Rode In

By Lori Van Pelt

CONTEMPORARY WESTERN SHORT STORIES

 Ground Truth

By Rob Kresge

The Road

By Wesley Tallant

Wild Bill, A Comedy In Three Acts

By James Hitt

From Johnny D. Boggs’s Introduction:

In these stories, you’ll find familiar and unfamiliar names. The writers and the characters they’re writing about.

John Duncklee-one of the modern West’s great poets and curmudgeons-has won a Spur Award from Western Writers of America. So has Lori Van Pelt, who always amazes me with her short fiction. D.B. Jackson is a rising star in the field. Douglas Hocking knows his stuff. Jerry Guin, James Hitt, Jason H. Campbell, Rob Kresge, Wesley Tallant, W. Michael Farmer and Dave P. Fisher have their own unique voices and original or traditional approaches to storytelling.

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