Science Fiction Trails Review, was the first review on SpaceWesterns.com. It started out as an anthology edited by David B. Riley and has since become an annual magazine. I’d really like to see more people submit reviews of Space Western works. Check out The (Nearly) Complete List of Space Westerns to see works that I’d […]
Aug 25th, 2008
Aug 29th, 2008
Time of the Gr’nar, by Bruce Gehweiler & C.J. Henderson, is the first story in the Byanntia series, and was published as a two part story.
Sep 1st, 2008
Parasite Planet, was written in 1935 by Stanley Weinbaum, a science fiction writer whose career was all too brief.
Sep 5th, 2008
I had scheduled an Interview with Mark L. Van Name while at Balticon 41. I was initially a bit hesitant, although his work sounded like it would be a good fit, I was still a bit unsure. Mark gave me additional insights into what a Space Western is, and about the tropes of the Western […]
Sep 8th, 2008
Young as the Mountains by C.J. Henderson is a second tale set in Bruce Gehweiler’s world of Byanntia.
Sep 17th, 2008
Beans, Blades, & Bullets: A Pulp Tale of Grit & Zen, by Steve Logan, was an unusual space samurai/cowboy tale.
Oct 18th, 2008
Mathematics of Hunger, by Jason Andrew, is a classic Space Western tale of smugglers.
Oct 20th, 2008
SpaceWesterns.com was barely a month old when we were thrilled find ourselves in an Interview with David G. Hartwell on the topic of Space Westerns.
Oct 22nd, 2008
They Were the Wind, is another Byanntia tale by C.J. Henderson that was written as a response to environmentalism. In it we learn about previous inhabitants of the planet Byanntia, and get a new outlook on the old adage: “Leave nothing behind but your footprints.”
Oct 28th, 2008
When I first read No Right, by Jens Rushing, I was confounded. I wasn’t expecting such a jump in the quality and style of his writing, compared to his earlier submission, How Beautiful the Herd on the Dark Matter Range.