Building Your Western Library
- Published November 05, 2013
- Written by J. Stuart Rosebrook
Raised in Georgia, Jeffrey Richardson, the Autry National Center’s Gamble curator of Western History, Popular Culture and Firearms, is passionate about the intersection of history and popular culture in the West.
- Published August 06, 2013
- Written by Max Evan
Western artist and award-winning author Max Evans, best known for his novels The Rounders, Hi Lo Country, One Eyed Sky and Bluefeather Fellini, as well as nonfiction favorites Madam Millie and For the Love of Horse, is set to publish his 27th book, Animal Stories: A Lifetime Collection, with University of Oklahoma Press this September.
- Published January 08, 2013
- Written by Matt Braun
Remarking that “These books light the way to deeper research on Western characters and events,” ace storyteller Matt Braun shares some of the reference material that informs his own research and makes good reading in their own right.
- Published May 13, 2013
- Written by Johnny D Boggs
At any moment, Minnesota native John J. “Jack” Koblas was likely to break out into an animated talk about baseball, Science Fiction, Horror or Western literature, or even into a song. After all, his post-high school band, the Magpies, was inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame in 2007. But get him into a conversation about Jesse James, and he was off and running.
- Published November 05, 2012
- Written by Phil Collins
He’s sold more than 200 million records, and he’s a lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order, but what we like most about Phil Collins is that he is a devotee to all things Alamo. His book, The Alamo and Beyond: A Collector’s Journey, was issued earlier this year.
- Published February 11, 2013
- Written by Billie Bierer
In her novel The Audacity of Patience Levi, Billie Bierer based her lead character on the female Buffalo Soldier Cathy Williams. Shared here are some Buffalo Soldier reads she found useful for her research. Find out how the author got interested in Williams’s story and more at Blog.TWMag.com
- Published November 01, 2006
- Written by The Editors
If you ask an Average Joe who has any inkling about Western history to name a series in the genre, he’s most likely going to name the Time-Life Old West series—a 26-volume set ranging from the “Cowboys” to the “End and the Myth.”