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A Quiet Little Town Called Shadowhawk

Hidden just a stone’s throw away from I-95 in Smithfield, NC and located in a perfectly modern looking little area sits a tiny little western town that goes by the name of Shadowhawk. 152 more words


Wild Montana

When I was younger there always seemed to be a western on TV in the background.  As a little girl if I had been good all day, I got to stay up for an extra hour before bedtime to watch Bonanza or The High Chaparral. 327 more words

International Poetry


At this mid-year point of 2015, Westernsreboot.com now shares what is emerging as an annual tradition; the Top Ten posts on the site within the last year. 893 more words


Slow West: Darkly Funny Wild West Odyssey

Hollywood has had a long arduous obsession with the Wild West, for every classic like Shane or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, there seems to be a dozen woeful alternatives. 569 more words


Adventures in writing...westerns at 84

Okay, so this month, I’m off to the UK for a well-deserved holiday. Well, that’s how I see it. I’m worried about the heat. It is 40 degrees here in Spain (that’s about 110 degrees Fahrenheit), but I see on the news temperatures are hitting 35 over in Blighty! 523 more words

Magician of the Week #36: Hammo the Great

This week’s wild-eyed magician, “Hammo the Great”, is featured on the cover of the August 1941 issue of Genii.

(It’s a little hard to see, but that’s definitely glitter lettering spelling out “Hammo”.) 108 more words

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