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AUGUST 13, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: The New Western and Westerns in Film and Television
Kirk Ellis - Screenwriter, Producer, Emmy Awards and Humanitas Prize Winner. Kirk is a Western Writers of America (WWA) Spur Award Winner for Best Drama Script, as well as a Wrangler Award Winner from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Anne Hillerman- Author of eight non-fiction books and WWA Spur Award Winner for the Best First Novel.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: When most of us think of reading westerns, classic western authors such as Louis L'Amour or Zane Grey come to mind. But several contemporary authors are taking the themes of the traditional Western and applying them in more contemporary settings. If you enjoy stories about semi-nomadic wanderers who live hard lives, mostly in wilderness settings, dealing with questions of honor and justice, you might want to try one of these stories of the new west. Also Westerns today are in both movies and television. But you may be surprised to learn that Westerns are the major defining genre of the American film industry. They are one of the oldest, most enduring and flexible genres and one of the most characteristically American genres in their mythic origins. Let's learn more about the new western and westerns in todays' film and television.
AUGUST 27, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Contemporary Western Music and the Publishing of Westerns in Today’s Market
Jim Jones - New Mexico Author and singer whose books and songs have educated, informed and entertained people around the world. Winner of the 2013 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Western Song of the Year.
Carol Markstrom - Singer/songwriter who plays acoustic guitar and performs Western, folk, and Americana. Carol is also a non-fiction writer and recently published children’s book.
Tiffany Schofield - Tiffany Schofield, Senior Editor at Five Star Publishing (a part of Cengage Learning/Gale).
Bob Clark- Editor-in-Chief of Washington State University Press, former Assistant Director/Publisher at the University of Oklahoma and Former past President and Owner of Arthur H. Clark Company
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Western music is not to be confused with Country music. Western music is a form of American folk music composed by and about the people who settled and worked throughout the Western United States and Western Canada. The Mexican folk music of the American Southwest also influenced the development of this genre. With the Traditional Western being a genre of various arts, such as comics, fiction, film, games, radio, television and music, getting "westerns" published and in the hands of fans can also be confusing and a challenge to understand. Tonight we learn about today's contemporary western music and about how today's publishing experts get the western genre to market.
Being a fan of "Classic Westerns" by film makers like, the three "Johns" (...Huston, Ford, and Sturges) , Sam Peckinpah, or Howard Hawks, one can't forget about the western film contributions made overseas, in Europe; otherwise known as the "Spaghetti Western". This week we'll focus our attention on three such films; A Fist Full of Dollars, Once Upon A Time in the West, and The Good the Bad and the Ugly. These are the movies of famed Italian writer, and director, Sergio Leone.
Buenes Tardes mi Amigos! Welcome back to our buddy Rico Austin, author of My Bad Tequila, Mexico Got Lucky, In the Shadow of Elvis and many others. Have a shot of tequila with us and get a double dose of reality in the bargain. Great to have him back!
Weclome two newcomers! First up, Lyn Horner, author of Rawhide, Dearest Irish and White Witch, among others.
Last, but not least, author Angela Raines, author of Angle of Salvation Valley, Cowboy Celebration, Home is for the Heart.
Welcome all of you. I know this is going to be a fun show!
The Dungeon Crawlers Radio team welcomes back to the show author, David J. West to talk about his new book. Whispers Out of the Dust.
WHISPERS OUT OF THE DUST
A Haunted Journey Through The Lost American West.
“Some things lost on the borders of dusk were never meant to be found.”
Documents spanning centuries relate the story of a forgotten valley brimming with magic, ghosts and evil. Published here for the first time these newly discovered papers grant a rare glimpse of the awful truth about this very real American Nightmare.
From the era of wayward conquistadors and pioneers of indomitable spirit on to the weird wild west of gunfighters, gamblers, and medicine men these authentic accounts stalk through the forbidden desert leading you to an oasis of eerie horror and occult terror.
Join us on a supernatural treasure hunt—but don’t say we didn’t warn you.
LIVE from Bouchercon in Raleigh NC. Authors on the Air is pleased to welcome two best-selling authors and good friends, Reavis Wortham, of Frisco, Texas and John Gilstrap of Fairfax, Virginia. John and Reav sit down for this LIVE discussion about the conference, writing and books.
Welcome to the Wild West Showdown, my friends, for an evening of poems and stories about the American West… a land of legend, of romance, of friendship and courage… a motherlode of remembrance…a true showcase of the Old West.
Saddle up your horse and ride out on the trails with the Old Cowboy himself, J.C Hulsey. Relive the legends of the west through his stories and catch interviews with up-and-coming western themed artists. This weeks interview is with Bill Culver, the bestselling author of "Black Orchid."
The Wild West Showdown with J.C Hulsey will be a weekly show dedicated to bringing you the best from the Old West.
About J.C Hulsey
J.C. Hulsey has lived in Midlothian, Texas for thirty years. He's a father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He has been married for 55 years. He enjoys Western movies and TV Shows, (especially the older ones) and reading about Mail-Order Brides. He is also the owner of six cats (all stray cats, showed up on the back porch) and one dog (rescue dog) He worked for 33 years at Bell Helicopter. He served in the USAF for five years, and the Air National Guard for four years.
He started writing songs in his early twenties. He recorded a couple of songs in the late 1960s. He started writing poetry in the 1970s to share with others. He self-published them on Amazon in 2013. He still felt the need to write something different. He tried writing a book in the 1970s, but it was never finished. In 2014, he felt the urge to write a western novel. However, he needed something different than what was on the market.
What about a young Christian Gunfighter?
He now has 23 books available.
Meet Barbara Marriott, author of "Two Six Shooters Beat Four Aces." Barbara's insatiable curiosity has sent her tumbling into some unique adventures. Her move to the west turned into several non-fiction history books including Annie’s Guests, and Outlaw Tales of New Mexico which was awarded first place in the non-fiction book category by the Arizona Press Women, and a finalist by the National Association of Press Woman.
Her recent non-fiction books include the award winning In Our Own Words, the Federal Writers’ project interviews with Arizona pioneer women, Images of America: Oro Valley, and Myths and Mysteries of New Mexico. Contact Creede, her latest book, is an historical fiction about a woman’s wild romp through the mining camps of Colorado in 1893as she searches for a father who left her twenty years ago.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6th on BLESSED TRAILS with BELINDA GAIL on Equestrian Legacy Radio
The Legendary JOHNNY WESTERN shares some of his Greatest Hits and Stories of his amazing life on this weeks "BLESSED TRAILS with BELINDA GAIL". If you love Country and Western music, the great TV Westerns of the past....here's your History Lesson from a Man who helped make that history. Johnny is one of musics best!
Join Belinda every Sunday for an hour that will bless your heart and lift your spirit. Be sure to share "Blessed Trails" with your friends and neighbors.
Listen to the live show and to the archived podcast anytime after the live show!
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AUGUST 6, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: The Traditional Western - Still a Good Read
Candy Moulton- A Wyoming native and author of 13 Western history books, co-edited a collection of short fiction and written, produced. Candy is a two-time Western Writers of America Spur Award winner, an Oregon Heritage and Silver Remi Award winner and as well as a Finalist at the International Family Film Festival in Hollywood.
Monty McCord - Award Winning Author, President of the Adams County Historical Society a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild Author and Spur Finalist Award for Best Western Audio Book.
Phil Mills - Phil Mills, Jr. is an Award Winning Author and owner of a collection of more than 3,000 hardback western books. His first novel, “Where a Good Wind Blows” won a Finalist Award for Best 2010 Western Audio book from the Western Writers of America.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
The Traditional Western is a genre of various arts, such as comics, fiction, film, games, radio, and television. Westerns are devoted to telling stories set primarily in the latter half of the 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name. Many feature American Indians, bandits, cowboys, lawmen, outlaws, and soldiers, and as well as spectacular mountain scenery. Some are set in the American colonial era. There are also a number of films about Western-type characters in contemporary settings. Western Writers specialize in all types of western historical non-fiction, fiction and tales of the American frontier. Many consider the golden age of the historic west to have occurred for only three decades, from the end of the civil war to the beginning of the 20th century. Western fiction peaked during the 1960's and is still alive and well. Why are traditional Westerns still…a very a good read?