Kathleen O’Neal Gear

Kathleen O’Neal Gear Kathleen O’Neal Gear is a nationally award-winning archaeologist, historian, and New York Times bestselling author or co-author of 53 novels. There are 18 million copies of her work in print in 29 languages. She’s been inducted into three halls of fame: the Women Who Write the West Hall of Fame, the Western…

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Nelson C. Nye

Nelson C. Nye Nelson C. Nye (1907–1997) was an American author, editor, and reviewer of Western fiction, and wrote non-fiction books on quarter horses. He also wrote fiction using the pseudonyms Clem Colt and Drake C. Denver. Nye wrote over 125 books, won two Spur Awards: one for best Western reviewer and critic, and one…

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Kacee Rundell

Kacee Rundell After spending most of her childhood living in Michigan, author Kacee Rundell moved back to her birthplace of Wyoming to study creative writing. While learning to craft her own voice on paper, she was surrounded by the farming and ranching culture. Many years and four children later, she began to write again. This…

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Randi Samuelson-Brown

Randi Samuelson-Brown Randi Samuelson-Brown is originally from Golden, Colorado but now lives in Denver. A passion for Colorado history was instilled by her father from early on, and she certainly latched on to the more notorious aspects of live in Colorado and the West. She was a finalist in the 2021 Colorado Book Awards. When…

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Andrew Henry Vachss

Andrew Henry Vachss Andrew Vachss was a federal investigator (USPHS), a social-services caseworker, a labor organizer, and he directed a maximum-security institution for aggressive-violent youth. He was then a lawyer in private practice, representing children and youth exclusively. His articles and essays have appeared in Parade, Antaeus, Esquire, Playboy, the New York Times, MSNBC, the…

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John A. Russo

John A. Russo With twenty books published internationally and nineteen feature movies in worldwide distribution, John Russo has been called a “living legend.”  He began by co-authoring the screenplay for NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, which has become recognized as a “horror classic.”  His three books on the art and craft of movie-making have become…

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Win Blevins

Win Blevins Win Blevins, of Cherokee, Irish, and Welsh descent, is from a family that was on the move, always west. Win’s childhood was spent roaming, his dad a railroad man. Win listened to the whistles blow at night and wanted to go wherever the trains went. Using scholarships, Win ran through a succession of…

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Lynn Eldridge

Lynn Eldridge Lynn Eldridge is a former president of the West Virginia Chapter of Romance Writers of America and earned an honorable mention in their Golden Heart Contest. Lynn is the author of several historical and contemporary romance novels including, Desire in Deadwood, Remember the Passion, and Tame the Wild. Her next book, soon to…

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Terrence McCauley

Terrence McCauley Terrence McCauley is an award-winning writer of Thrillers, Crime Fiction and Westerns. His first two Aaron Mackey westerns (WHERE THE BULLETS FLY and DARK TERRITORY), published by Pinnacle, were finalists for the Western Writers of America’s Silver Spur Award. WHERE THE BULLETS FLY won the Western Fictioneers Award for Best Novel in 2018.…

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Jeffrey J. Mariotte

Jeffrey J. Mariotte Jeffrey J. Mariotte has written more than fifty books, including supernatural thrillers. Three of his novels have won Scribe Awards for Best Original Novel, presented by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. He’s also won the Inkpot Award from the San Diego Comic-Con, is a co-winner of the Raven Award from…

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