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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."
Vera Saban: Westerns author; Novels: * The Westering-Jamie [June 1996] Amy Sadler: Westerns author; Novels: * Dead Is Forever [Mar 1999] Jeff Sadler: Westerns author; Novels: * Palomino Stud [June 1997] * Soledad [Mar 2000] Richard Sale: Westerns author; Novels: * The White Buffalo Lee Samuels: Westerns author; Novels: * Dead Man's Trail [Apr 2000] * Track the Man Down [Dec 1999] Leonard Sanders: Westerns author; also writes Mystery/Suspense; Novels: * Star of Empire [Dec 1993] Mari Sandoz: winner of the 1963 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Juvenile: * The Story Catcher [West Minster Press] tied with * The Great Spoon by Sid (A.E.) Fleischman [Little, Brown] Novels: * Capital City [May 1982] Steve Sanfield: Westerns author; Novels: * The Great Turtle Drive [May 1996] James Sannes: Westerns author; Novels: * Treasure of the Anasazi Indians [Jan 2003] Ross Santee: Westerns author; Novels: * Cowboy William Sarabande: Westerns author; Novels: * Spirit Moon: The First Americans [Aug 2000] * To the Far Horizon [Feb 2003] Jules Sarret: Westerns author; Novels: * Lightning Douglas Savage: Westerns author; Novels: * Cedar City Rendezvous [June 1995] * Highpockets [June 1998] [co-author Joseph Savage] * The Sons of Grady Rourke [Nov 1995] Les Savage, Jr.: Westerns author; prolific; Novels: * The Bloody Quarter [Nov 1999] * The Cavan Breed [June 2003] * Coffin Gap [May 1997] * Copper Bluffs [Jan 1999] * Danger Rides the River [Aug 2002] * The Devil's Corral [Jan 2003] * Fire Dance at Spider Rock [Nov 1995] * Gambler's Row [Feb 2002] * Hangtown * In the Land of Little Sticks: North-Western Stories [Aug 2000] * The Lash of Senorita Scorpion [July 1998] * The Legend of Senorita Scorpion [July 1996] * Medicine Wheel [Aug 1996] * Phantoms in the Night [Nov 1998] * The Return of of Senorita Scorpion: A Western Trio [July 1997] * The Shadow in Renegade Basin: A Western Trio [June 2001] * Silver Street Woman [July 1995] * Table Rock [Nov 1993] * The Trail * Treasure of the Brasada [Jan 2000] * West of Laramie [May 2003] Frank Scarman: Westerns author; Novels: * Bitter Journey [Jan 2000] * The Conrad Posse [June 1999] Jack Schaefer (1907-1991): Westerns author; [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Novels: * Collected Stories of Jack Schaefer * Company of Cowards * First Blood and Other Stories * Monte Walsh [July 1981] * Shane: The Critical Edition [June 1984] * Shane [July 1949] James Schamus: Westerns author; Novels: * Ride With the Devil [Sep 1999] Nancy Schaut Nancy Schaut at ReadTheWest.com Web site includes cowboy collectibles, monthly column, Q&A, Western collectibles message board, and author's books. Books include: * Collecting the Old West [nonfiction] Paul F. Sharp: winner of the 1955 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * Shoot-Up Country [University of Minnesota Press] Joseph T. Shaw (1874-1952): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Harold Schecter: Westerns author; Novels: * Deranged [Oct 1990] Gene Shelton: * The Texas Legends Series * Last Gun: The Legend of John Selman [Doubleday, 1991] * Captain Jack: The Story of John Coffee Hayes [Doubleday, 1991] * Rawhider: The Story of Print Olive [Doubleday, 1992] Lola Shelton: winner of the 1964 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Short Story: * "Log Studio of C.M. Russell" [American Scene Magazine] Jory Sherman: {to be done} Frederick Schwatda: Westerns author; Novels: * Among the Apaches [June 1974] Bradford Scott: Westerns author; Novels: * Dead Man's Trail [Apr 2000] Leslie Scott: Westerns author; Novels: * Lone Star Cowboy [Nov 1998] * Terror Stalks the Border [Aug 2002] Lin Searles: Westerns author; Novels: * Cliff Rider Michael Senuta: Westerns author; Novels: * Incident at Copper Creek [Feb 2003] John Sharpe: Westerns author; very prolific (over 200 novels?); best known for 3 novel series: * Canyon O'Grady * The Trailsman * The Trailsman Giant Novels: * Abilene Ambush * Ambush at Skull Pass * Apache Gold * Apache Arrows * Apace Wells ... * MANY more {to be done} Thomas Shaw: Westerns author; Novels: * Rough Shod Beverly Shearer: Westerns author; Novels: * Love Came Calling [May 1999] J. A. Shears: Westerns author; Novels: * Fire in the Sky * Lady With a Gun Cole Shelby: Westerns author; Novels: * Thunder Valley [Oct 1992] Gene Shelton: Westerns author; best known for the "Texas legends" series; Novels: * Captain Jack * Devil's Deathbed [Mar 1995] * Track of the Snake / Day of the Scorpion [Double-Barrel Western] * Hangtree Pass: Texas Horsetrading Company [Aug 1998] * How the West Was Lost [Nov 1996] * Manhunter: The Life and Times of Frank Hamer [Oct 1997] * Skull Creek: Texas Horsetrading Company [Nov 1998] * Tascosa Gun: The Story of Jim East [Dec 1999] * Texas Horsetrading Company [May 1998] * Texas Horsetrading Company: Hangtree Pass [Aug 1998] * Unwanted: Dead or Alive Jack Sheriff: Westerns author; Novels: * The Man from Staked Plains [Oct 1999] Joel Sherman: Westerns author; Novels: * The Rio Grande [Dec 1994] Jory Sherman: prolific Westerns author; also writes Speculative Fiction; also writes Romance; roughly 50 novels; best known for 4 continuing series: * Barons * Buckskinners * Gunn * Rivers West Novels: * Apache Arrows * Arizona Hardcase * The Ballad of Pinewood Lake * The Baron Brand * The Baron Range * The Barons of Texas * The Baron War * Bedroll Beauty * Blood Warriors * Blood Justice * Boothill Bounty * The Brazos * The Buff Runners * Columbia River * The Dark Land * Dawn of Revenge * Death's Head Trail * Drygulchen * Duel in Purgatory * Frontier Fanny * MANY more {to be done} David Shifren: Westerns author; Novels: * Clay's Justice [Nov 2000] Glenn Shirley: Glenn Shirley at readwest John Shirley: Westerns author; also writes Science Fiction also writes Mystery/Suspense; Novels: * Silicon Embrace [Oct 1996] Gordon D. Shirreffs: Westerns author; best known for the "Manhunter" series; Novels: * The Apache Hunter [Nov 1995] * Barranca * Blood Justice * Bold Legend * The Border Guidon * Bowman's Kid [Oct 1995] * Brasada [Mar 1993] * Bugles on the Prairie * MANY more {to be done} Bertrand William Sinclair (1881-1972): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] John L. Sinclair: winner of the 1977 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Short Subject: * "Where the Cowboys Hunkered Down" [New Mexico Magazine] Charles A. Siringo (1855-1928): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Richard W. Slatta: Richard W. Slatta at NCSU Cotton Smith: Cotton Smith at readwest Gladys Smith: Gladys Smith: * Winner of 1999 Willa Cather Literary Award. * Novels of adventure, courage, and compassion set in the frontier wilderness of Idaho and Montana. Cecil Snyder: winner of the 1969 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for First Western Novel: * Big With Vengeance [Ballantine] C. L. Sonnichsen: winner of the 1974 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * Colonel Green and the Copper Skyrocket [University of Arizona] winner of the 1976 Spur Award for Short Subject: * "Jonathan Gilliam & The White Man's Burden" [Persimmon Hill] Virginia Sorensen (1912-1991): {to be done} [listed in Gale literary databases for Westerns] Robert J. Steelman: {to be done} Stan Steiner: winner of the 1972 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Juvenile Nonfiction: * The Tiguas [Crowell-Collier] winner of the 1976 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * The Vanishing Whiteman [Harper & Row] Irving Stone: winner of the 1956 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Nonfiction: * Men to Match My Mountains [Doubleday] Carter Swart: Carter Swart at as.net Miles (Glendon) Swarthout: Miles (Glendon) Swarthout home page winner of the 1975 Spur Award of the Western Writers of America for Best Novel: * The Shootist [Doubleday]

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