One of my favorite things about writing is the discoveries, and I find the longer form of the novel forces you to discover a lot.
by Cara Dempsey
Despite the sometimes-problematic nature of the book-to-film adaptation, there are a few coming up this year that we we’re excited about..
The thing that tipped me off to it was this rinky-dink little historical society pamphlet from 1962 in which they were trying to get volunteers in Wyoming to go work on some of these water reclamation archeological surveys, and they mention River Basin Surveys in conjunction with Bighorn Canyon. I thought, “Okay, that has to be a real thing.”
by Lisa Peet
What is a Western today if not its iconography?… We have exhausted the old conflicts of cowboys against Indians, or townspeople clashing with range riders. There are no longer fixed points in the genre except perhaps for this: a Western is the light, the landscape, the beasts that run through it.