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2 names with links, 14 names/pseudonyms without links, 16 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."
Ann Gabriel: winner, 1989 Medicine Pipe Bearer Award of the Western Writers of America for First Novel: * South Texas [Ballantine] Hamlin Garland (1860-1940) : {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Sherry Garland: winner, 1995 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Juvenile Fiction: * Indio [Harcourt Brace] Georgina Gentry: Georgina Gentry: Books, reviews, and data on this award-winning Western author. Ray Goldrup: winner, 1963 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for TV Script: * "The Innocent" ["How the West Was Won" series] Dan Gordon: winner, 1963 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Drama Script: * "Wyatt Earp" by Dan Gordon and Lawrence Kasdan [TIC Productions/Kasdan Pictures] Ed Gorman : winner, 1992 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Short Fiction: * "The Face" [The Best Western Stories, Swallow Press, Ohio State University] James Edward Grant (1905-1966): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] John S. Gray : winner, 1991 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Nonfiction: * Custer's Last Campaign [University of Nebraska Press] Ben K. Green: * A Thousand Miles of Mustangin' by Ben K.Green, et al. [August 1998] Paperback Walon Green: winner, 1999 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Drama Script (Screenplay): * The Hi-Lo Country [Grammercy Pictures] William S. Greever: winner, 1963 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * The Bonanza West [University of Oklahoma Press] Zane Grey (1872 or 1875-1939): One of the leading Western authors, who built several homes in Altadena, California (in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, north of Pasadena and near the Angeles National Forest. One of the first to publish him in paperback was Samuel H. Post. Zane Grey Tales of Zane Grey Free online etext of many Zane Grey novels, at Arthur's Classic Novels. Zane Grey's New West Commercial site operated by famous author's family; selling books, videos, t-shirts, photos. * The OHIO RIVER TRILOGY: * Betty Zane [1903] * The Spirit of the Border [1906] * The Last Trail [1909] Fred Grove: Westerns author; winner, 1962, 1977, 1982 Spur Awards of the Western Writers of America for Best Novel: * Comanche Captives [Ballantine, 1962] * The Great Horse Race [Doubleday, 1977] * Match Race [Doubleday, 1982] also, winner, 1963 Spur Award for Best Short Story: * "Comanche Woman" [Avon WWA Anthology] also, winner, 1968 Spur Award for Best Short Material: * "When the Caballos Came" [Boys Life] Frank Gruber: Westerns author {to be done} Bill Gulick: winner, 1958 and 1960 Spur Awards of the Western Writers of America for Best Short Story: * "Thief in Camp" [Saturday Evening Post, 1958] * "The Shaming of Broken Horn" [Saturday Evening Post, 1960] A. B. Guthrie, full name Guthrie, A(lfred) B(ertram), Jr. (1901-1991): * The Way West [March 1993] Paperback ***********************

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