Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Black Horse Extra

If you haven't checked out the latest issue of BLACK HORSE EXTRA, the website devoted to Western fiction in general and the Robert Hale line of Black Horse Westerns in particular, I strongly urge you to do so. It features a fine article about author Gary Dobbs of The Tainted Archive (and architect of the Wild West Monday initiative), as well as a panel discussion by Keith Chapman, David Whitehead, and Keith Hetherington concerning stand-alones vs. series novels. Plus the usual assortment of entertaining and informative features. Good stuff all around.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Thank you for the pointer, James. The latest Extra has been very well received. With ten or so days to run, the site has already had more visitors in May than in any other month this year. It also seems to appeal to people whose interests are wider than Westerns. A typical piece of feedback is this comment made by David Vineyard at Steve Lewis' fine Mystery*File blog: "Great site, a lot of fun to see the Western from a different but clearly affectionate, talented, and devoted point of view. I'll be interested to read some of the books."