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E: AUTHORS

1 names with links, 13 names/pseudonyms without links, 14 total Plus __ non-author encyclopedia entries Updated 24 August 2001
Western Writers of America defines "Western" as a genre as: "works dependent in whole or in part on settings, characters, conditions, or customs indigenous to the American West or early frontier."
Tom Early: * Novels: * The SONS OF TEXAS series (Mordecai Lewis - Texas): * Sons of Texas [Berkley, 1989] * The Raiders [Berkley, 1990] * The Rebels [Berkley, 1991] * The Proud [Berkley, 1992] Fred East: Westerns author {to be done} Carol Eastman: {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Paul Edwards: winner of the 1970 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for TV Script: * "Chato" ["Gunsmoke" series] Gretel Ehrlich (1946-) : {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Randy Lee Eickhoff: Westerns author {to be done} Tom Eidson: winner of the 1994 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Western Novel: * St. Agnes' Stand [Berkley] also, 1994 WWA Medicine Pipe Bearer Award (for First Novel): * St. Agnes Stand [Berkley] Fred Erisman and Patricia L. Erisman: winners of the 1996 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Short Nonfiction: * "Letters from the Field: John Sylvanus Loud and the Pine Ridge Campaign of 1880-91" [South Dakota History] Leslie Ernenwein: winner of the 1956 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Novel: * High Gun [Gold Medal Books] Paul Espinosa: Westerns author; winner of the 1993 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Television Documentary: * "The Hunt for Pancho Villa" [Galan Productions; PBS, The American Experience] Loren D. Estleman (1952-): Loren D. Estleman Westerns author; winner of the 1999 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Western Novel: * Journey of the Dead [Forge Books] also winner of the 1981 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Historical Novel: * Aces and Eights [Doubleday] also, 1986 and 1996 Spur Award for Short Fiction: * "The Bandit" [Doubleday, 1986] * "The Alchemist" [Durkin Hayes Publishing, Ltd., 1996] Chronological Listing of Novels: * The Rocky Mountain Moving Picture Association (1999) * Journey of the Dead (1998) * Billy Gashade (1997) * City of Widows (1994) * Sudden Country (1991) * Bloody Season (1987) * The Wister Trace: Classic Novels of the American Frontier (1987) * Gun Man (1985) * The Stranglers (1984) * This Old Bill (1984) * Mister St. John (1983) * Murdock's Law (1982) * The Wolfer (1981) * Aces and Eights (1981) * Stamping Ground (1980) * The High Rocks (1979) * The Hider (1978) Max Evans: Westerns author; winner of the 1979 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Short Subject (Nonfiction): * "Super Bull" [The Seven Horseman Magazine] also, 1987 Spur Award for Short Fiction: * "The Orange County Cowboys" [South Dakota Review] also, movie starring Woody Harrelson and Billy Crudup adapted from the novel: * Hi-Lo Tabor Evans: Westerns author {to be done} Novels include: * the Longarm series of novels Tabor Evans Vicki Evans: winner of the 1995 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Documentary Script: * "Ruby to Paradise and the Legends in Between" [Dragoon Productions]

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