Saturday, 29 August 2009

Western Fiction News

Express Westerns have announced the listing for their second anthology. As yet untitled this collection will contain twenty-one short stories specially written for this book. The stories come from previously published authors and a handful of newcomers, one of the latter being the first story from sixteen year old Chantel Foster - writing as Peter Avarillo, an interview with Chantel can be found here. The book is to have an introduction by James Reasoner.

Dead Man Talking by Derek Rutherford
Lonigan Must Die! by Ben Bridges
Billy by Lance Howard
The Man Who Shot Garfield Delany by I.J. Parnham
Half a Pig by Matthew P Mayo
Bloodhound by Courtney Joyner
More Than Meets the Eye by Gillian F Taylor
Big Enough by Chuck Tyrell
One Day in Liberty by Jack Giles
Shadows on the Horizon by Bobby Nash
On the Run by Alfred Wallon
The Gimp by Jack Martin
Visitors by Ross Morton
The Nighthawk by Michael D George
Darke Justice by Peter Avarillo
Angelo and the Strongbox by Cody Wells
The Pride of the Crocketts by Evan Lewis
Crib Girls by Kit Churchill
Man of Iron by Chuck Tyrell
Cash Laramie and the Masked Devil by Edward A Grainger
Dead Man Walking by Ed Ferguson

If you'd like to read my thoughts on Express Westerns first anthology, Where Legends Ride, they can be found here.

If you're a fan of David Thompson's Wilderness series you may be interested to know that Leisure have begun publishing the series in special limited edition large print editions, each containing two books.

Leisure are also publishing the series in audio.


Joanne Walpole said...

Steve, that link to the previous review keeps bringing me back to this post...

Nik said...

Those Wilderness covers are absolutely gorgeous! It's good to see a publisher doing a very deserving writer proud.

Steve M said...

Hopefully I've fixed it now Jo, not sure why that happened but for me it appeared under the post containing the link.

Steve M said...

Totally agree Nik, these Wilderness editions due have some superb photography gracing their covers.