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4 names with links, 20 names/pseudonyms without links, 24 total Plus __ non-author encyclopedia entries Updated 28 September 2003
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."
Dan O'Brien: Westerns author; also writes Mystery/Suspense; Novels Include: * {to be done} Clint O'Connor: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Michael O'Connor: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Jeff O'Donnell: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Kristina O'Donnelly: Westerns author; also writes Mystery/Suspense; also writes Speculative Fiction; Novels Include: * {to be done} Frederick C. Ogg: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Dennis O'Keefe: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Bruce Olds: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Michael R. O'Leary: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Chad Oliver: winner of the 1967 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Historical Novel: * The Wolf is My Brother [New American Library] Chad[wick] [Symmes] Oliver scientist/anthropology professor/author, died 1993 age 65, best known as the leading science fiction writer on anthropological themes, with novels including: * Giants in the Dust [Pyramid, 1976] * Shadows in the Sun [Ballentine Books, hardcover, 1954] * The Shores of Another Sea [Signet, 1971] * Unearthly Neighbors [Ballentine Books, 1960] * The Winds of Time [Doubleday, 1957; Science Fiction Book Club; Pocket; Avon] as well as: * Another Kind [Ballentine Books, hardcover, 1954] * The Edge of Forever [Sherbourne, 1971] 6 stories * Mists of Dawn [Winston, 1952] juvenile and also wrote Western novels (winning a Western Writers of America Spur Award) Chad Oliver: Index to at least 31 publications Austin Olsen: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Theodore E. Olsen: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Jim O'Mara: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Reagan O'Neal & Robert Jordan: Westerns co-authors; Novels Include: * {to be done} Glen Onley: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} Jane Orcutt: Westerns author; also writes Romance; Novels Include: * {to be done} Jackson O'Reilly & Robert Jordan: Westerns co-authors; Novels Include: * {to be done} Frank O'Rourke: Westerns author; Novels Include: * {to be done} E. S. Osgood: winner of the 1964 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * Field Notes of Capt. William Clark [Yale University Press] John Milton Oskison (1874-1947): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Charles Oswald: Charles Oswald home page Stephen Overholser: Stephen Overholser at readwest winner of the 1954 and 1974 Spur Awards of the Western Writers of America for Best Novel: * The Violent Land [Macmillan] 1954 * A Hanging In Sweetwater [Doubleday] 1974 winner of the 1969 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Juvenile Fiction: * The Meeker Massacre [Cowles] co-authored by by Wayne Overholser and Lewis Patten Wayne D. Overholser: Westerns author; also writes Mystery/Suspense; Novels Include: * {to be done} Wayne D. Overholser & John S. Daniels: Westerns co-authors; Novels Include: * {to be done}

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