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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."
Elizabeth Fackler: Westerns author {to be done} Cliff Farrell: winner, 1969 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Short Subject: * "Westward to Blood and Glory" [Doubleday] Frederick Faust, full name Frederick Schiller Faust (1892-1944): Westerns author (and many other genres), writing under the pen name Max Brand. See Max Brand. Frederick Faust (Max Brand) - Edna Ferber: major mainstream author; best-known Western novel: * Giant [September 2000] Paperback film hotlink {to be done} Other Westerns: * So Big [September 2000] Paperback Jim Fergus: * One Thousand White Women : The Journals of May Dodd [April 1998] Hardcover Aileen Fisher: winner of the 1966 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Juvenile Nonfiction: * Valley of the Smallest [Crowell] Clay Fisher: Novels: * The TALL MAN Series (Ben Allison) * The Tall Man [1954] * The Crossing [1958] * Return of the Tall Man [1961] * Outcasts of Canyon Creek [1972] * Apache Ransom [1974] Vardis Fisher: winner, 1965 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Historical Novel: * Mountain Man [Morrow] (tied with Gold in California by Todhunter Ballard [Doubleday]) also, winner, 1968 Spur Award for Best Nonfiction: * Gold Rushes and Mining Camps of the Early American West by Vardis Fisher and Opal Laurel Holmes [Caxton] Robert Flynn: winner, 1987 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Historical Novel: * Wanderer Springs [TCU Press] Franklin Folsom: winner, 1973 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Juvenile Nonfiction: * Red Power on the Rio Grande [Follett] Mary Hallock Foote (1847-1938) : {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Gary L. Foreman: winner, 1999 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Documentary Screenplay: Frontier: * Legends of the Old Northwest [Arts & Entertainment/History Channel] Frank Fowler (1900-1971) : {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Norman A. Fox: Westerns author {to be done} Christopher Frayling: Nonfiction: * Spaghetti Westerns : Cowboys and Europeans from Karl May to Sergio Leone [Cinema and Society: December 1998] Paperback Ian Frazier: winner, 1989 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Nonfiction: * The Great Plains [Farrar Straus Giroux] Russell Freedman: winner, 1989 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for [Juvebile Nonfiction?]: * Crazy Horse [Holiday House] David Fremon : winner, 1994 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Juvenile: * A Trail of Tears [Silver Burdett Press] Michael Friedman: Nonfiction: * Cowboy Culture: The Last Frontier of American Antiques Jean Fritz: winner, 1984 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Juvenile: * Make Way for Sam Houston [G.E. Putnam's] Francis L. Fugate: winner, 1984 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Short Subject (Nonfiction): * "Arbuckle's: The Coffee That Won the West" [The American West]

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