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Prairie Song by Marn and Alyssa

A post-apocalyptic roadtrip across America.

John is a former indentured farmhand, setting out in search of fresh water and an escape from his past. Cody is a traveling bounty hunter and musician, on the run from a debt he can’t repay. Friday is a lounge singer and burlesque dancer, fiercely protective of her friends, seeking adventure. Valerie is an orphan priest, weighed down by responsibility . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Crowmakers by L. E. Erickson

Automatic weapons, ancient power, and a whole lot of trouble.

The experimental regiment known as the Crowmakers has been ordered to stop native uprisings in the Indiana Territory. The Shawnee prophet Tenskwatawa will do anything to save his people and drive away the encroaching whites. Neither of them are the true danger. Crowmakers takes place in 1806 in a United States that never was, where soldiers use their . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The Open Road by thelonewanderer

It has been three hundred years since the Age of Ice has ended, since humanity spilled out from its battered strongholds, from deep under-cities and dark holes to a green, fertile and unclaimed world. The Autarch is dead. The Revolution has won. But it is not a time of peace. Altea is surrounded by enemies who now seek . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Canyons of Steel by Tim Holtorf

Justice and redemption from the barrel of a gun.

What happens when an old gun hand makes a decision to turn his life around and set a new course? Johnathon Tiberius Walker makes the choice of turning his back on the underground military of the Red Hand and try to make right his own sins. Walker, together with fellow agent Malcom Montgomery Watt, and former assassin Marianne Wollcott, join . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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SpaceWesterns.com by N.E. Lilly

“Bat Durstons” are welcome here. First and foremost, we publish Space Westerns: works with themes from the Western genre set in Outer-space. We border on Space Opera, Steampunk, and the Weird West. Contains fiction, poetry, music, radio-plays, and illustrated features. . . .

An anthology.
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Desert Steel by Deadpansmirk

If you could, right now, throw away everything and leave forever, would you? Desert Steel is a web serial that tells the tale of the people who have willingly left our modern world to live permanently in a lawless, barren desert land. From the dregs to the dropouts, the thrill seekers to the kill seekers, the losers to the . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Preston Diamond: Conception by C. C. Phillips

At the raw age of thirteen, Preston Diamond is ripped from the security of childhood and fighting for his life. In one black night his world is shattered forever. He isn’t a kid anymore. He is a hunter. The last of the Diamond line is on the trail of the treasonous killers who brutally murdered his parents, Constantina . . .

A complete novel.
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Reconstruction by K.R. Kampion

Can one Rebuild when there's Nothing but Rubble?

Rounding up renegade Confederates in the middle of nowhere wasn’t exactly what Isaac Benjamin had in mind to atone for his battlefield sins. But when President Grant instates him as the new sheriff of Lawrence, Kansas, Isaac gets far more than he bargained for. Between dislodging the resident bandit gang, brawling civilians, and his past constantly rearing its ugly head, . . .

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The Five Dollar Mail by Regina Shelley

Rounders, Miscreants, and Hooligans. Cowboy boots. Fights. Romance. Obscenely expensive postage.

Five dollars to mail a letter seems like a lot of money to shy farm girl Lily McMillian. When she’s hired in the spring of 1860 by Old Man Lynch as a cook for his stagecoach and Pony Express station, she finds out why it’s so expensive. Dropped into a whirlwind of rowdy men and boys, fast horses, and . . .

A complete novel.
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The Adventures of Black Mask & Pale Rider by Tim Holtorf

Elven magic meets gunslinger grit. What happens when two elven travellers find themselves in the United States in the middle of the Civil War? The Adventures of Black Mask and Pale Rider tells the story of two elven women who’s curiosity gets the better of them. The wild ride takes them from the Union to the Confederacy and back again. . . .

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Iron by Mario J. Lucero

Iron is a web serial written by Mario J. Lucero. It’s about an ex-buffalo soldier turned treasure hunter. The story is told in serial format. . . .

A serialized novel.
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Railroad! by Tonia Brown

Serialized Steampunk Adventure in the American West

Railroad is a fast pace story of gadgetry, gunplay and grit. Join us as we follow the strange stand-alone train known as the Sleipnir (pronounced Schlipnear); eight cars of free traveling steam powered might. Able to lay her own tracks, as well as pick them up again, the train is a marvelous feat of engineering, and as an unbound . . .

A complete novel.
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SPACEWESTERNS.COM

Nice

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Aug 8, 2008: SpaceWesterns is the second online magazine I’ve really encountered.

The site in and of itself is easy to navigate, and there seems to be plenty of goodies which I didn’t really have time to look at thoroughly.

I did take a chance to read some of the stories, but none of them really grabbed my interest plot wise. However, the writing technique of those that I read (spelling, grammar, etc) seemed to [more . . .]

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DESERT STEEL

A Slow Start… But Worth the Wait

By Scott Scherr, author of Don't Feed The Dark

Jan 14, 2016: Desert Steel begins with a young man in a dusty cloak, Sebastian Keys, walking across an alien desert, on a world made up entirely of sand and the promise of blood where the sun rules supreme over an unforgivingly harsh, and yet, majestic landscape. In time, we discover that back in our world, portals have mysteriously appeared allowing matter a one-way trip into what is called Terra Deserta, or, Desert Land, where the outcasts of our society make up the pioneers of this strange alien world. ‘Thrill seekers, psychos, explorers, [more . . .]

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