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Pull back on those reins, buckaroos, and slow down long enough to listen as Six-Gun Justice Podcast host Paul Bishop is joined by guest co-host Tim DeForest discuss an overlooked niche in the Western genre—Western episodes of non-Western TV shows...Support the show
Saddle up your bronc and get ready to ride into Indian Territory with the Six-Gun Justice Podcast's head wrangler Paul Bishop and his guest James Robert Daniels, author of the acclaimed first Western novel The Comanche Kid...A love child of The Searchers, Lonesome Dove, and True Grit, The Comanche Kid lives up to its hype as a candidate for best Western of the year...Support the show
Circle the wagons and put the coffee pot over the campfire, it's time for a new episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast. Today, Paul is joined by Richard Prosch, who returns to the ranch and brings wordslinger Mel Odom with him to discuss their new traditional Western series, The Guns of Legende, which debuts this month on the virtual spinner racks as well as in paperback and large print editions...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
The horses are hitched and the stage coach is ready to hit the trail for another episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast. Join head wrangler Paul Bishop for a Gatling gun burst of Western book and movie reviews, a look at the Kids of Western comics, an overview of TV's Wanted: Dead Or Alive, and an in-depth feature on Western TV show gimmick guns...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
Starting with this Six-Gun Justice Podcast episode, we are updating our episodic numbering system to reflect the total number of full-length episodes, speed listen installments, and conversation segments we have produced over the past two years. In another bit og housekeeping, as the Six-Gun Justice Podcast enters its third year, we are rapidly approaching our 200th episode. However because of time commitments needed for other projects, necessity demands a switch from delivering new content twice a week to producing new episodes every other week. This will allow us to continue talking about our favorite genre, Westerns, while also freeing up time to delve into other endeavors.For today's episode get ready to duck for cover as Paul faces down two accomplished western wordslingers, Bill Markley and Kellen Cutsforth,  who can't seem to agree on anything. It's time to throw down words in a high noon showdown over the truth behind  historic western personalities, incidents, and legends...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
Head 'em up and move 'em out...It's time for another full-length episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast. Westerns on TV have almost as long a history as television itself. Stampeding across the black and white TV screens of American living rooms on every network the popularity of westerns during the ‘40s thorough the ‘60s has been fully documented, however there has been no concerted effort to document the history and the stories behind the numerous novels and novelizations tied in to these shows. Today's episode will hopefully go a long way toward filling that void, as Paul discusses the many Western TV tie-in novels he has collected over the years...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
With a "Hi-Ho, Silver, away!" (or a "Hi-Yo, Silver, away!" depending on which side of the never ending argument you fall) it's time to get ready for the latest Six-Gun Justice Podcast episode, Legend of the Texas Rangers Part 3, in which co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosh saddle up with The Lone Ranger and Tonto...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday and today's Six-Gun Justice Conversation goes international as co-host Paul Bishop chats with German author and translator Manuela Schneider, whose latest novel, Arma Del Diablo: Colt of Destiny, has been recently released...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
Shine up them badges and get your guns and horses ready to ride with Paul and Rich as they track down Episode 51 of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast—Legend of the Texas Rangers Part Two. The true life adventures of the  protectors of the Lone Star State are almost as over the top as the many books, movies, and TV show adventures that pay tribute to them proving the iconic story of the Texas Rangers has provided the perfect inspiration to earn them an enduring place in pop culture...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
One riot, one Ranger...The holiday hiatus is over and it's time for new episodes of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast...Pin on your badge and saddle up with co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch as they ride hell for leather into the legends and legacy of those hardest of hard men known as the Texas Rangers...  Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
Don Coldsmith's Spanish Bit Saga is one of the most highly regarded Western series to be told from the point of view of the early Native American plains tribes. An historical epic filled with thrilling adventures, relatable characters, and suspenseful action that drives you from book to book, the Spanish Bit Saga is the legacy of a master storyteller. In this Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen, co-host Paul Bishop digs into the man behind the series and the inspiration he drew on for his novels...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday and today's Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment is going international as Paul chats with Western scribe Gustavo Quadros from his owlhoot hideout on the pampas of Santa Catarina, Brazil. An historian and writer, Gustavo's stories alternate between suspense, historical fiction and fantasy, and now blazing six-gun action. His first Western, The Rancher, The Gunslinger, and the Devil, was released at the Rio de Janeiro Book Biennial in 2019, and the English translation is now available from Amazon in both ebook and paperback...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday! As the podcast is on hiatus until the end of the year (new episodes start January 3, 2022, we are featuring a repeat performance of  our Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment in which Rich chats with  Chris Enss about her book, IRON WOMEN: The Ladies Who Helped Build the Railroad, the Unlikely Friendship of Isabella Bird and Rocky Mountain Jim, as well as the Western Writers of America's Packing the West program.Chris Enss is a scriptwriter and comedienne who has written for television, film, and performed on cruise ships and on stage. She has worked with award-winning musicians, writers, directors, producers, and as a screenwriter for Tricor Entertainment, but her passion is for telling the stories of the men and women who shaped the history and mythology of the American West. Chris is the current president of the Western Writers of America. Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
With the podcast on a short hiatus until the end of the year (new episodes beginning January 3, 2022), we are featuring a repeat performance today of our Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen in which co-host Paul Bishop tells you everything you need to know about the western genre phenomenon of the Piccadilly Cowboys and the Adult Western sub genre... Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday! As the podcast is on hiatus for the holidays, we are featuring a repeat performance of  our Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment in which Paul chats with his friend, Western wordslinger Terrence McCauley, author of the Aaron Mackey westerns and several new titles under the renewed Ralph Compton banner... Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
 While on a short hiatus for the holidays, we are featuring a repeat performance of episode ten of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast , in which Paul and Rich take on the  novels and film adaptations of Elmore Leonard's amazing Westerns...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday! With the podcast on hiatus for the holidays (new episodes coming January 3, 2022), we are featuring a repeat performance of  our Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment in which co-host Paul Bishop chats across the pond with publishing maven Justin Marriott, editor of Hot Lead—the fanzine of vintage Western paperbacks...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
Time to get your Western cosplay on and geek out cowboy style as co-host Paul Bishop  tracks down the best in Western fiction magazines, non-fiction magazines, and Western fanzines...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
It's Wild West Wednesday! As the podcast is on hiatus for the holidays, we are featuring a repeat performance of  our Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment in which Rich talks with Thomas Rizzo, one of the most passionate and hardworking writers in today’s community of Western scribes. From his web site, www.tomrizzo.com, Tom offers a multitude of stories. Subscribers to Tom's newsletter enjoy his quick snippets of forgotten history, entertaining and always education short reads, first thing every weekday morning.Tom has four nonfiction titles available, and one novel, Last Stand at Bitter Creek. It’s about a burned-out Union Army spy by the name of Grant Bonner who wants to get back to civilian life and resume his career after the Civil War. Highly recommended. Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
While on a short hiatus for the holidays, today we are featuring a repeat performance of episode seven of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast , in which Paul and Rich discuss one of their favorite Western wordslingers, Ben Haas—aka: John Benteen—and his seminal series creations for Belmont Tower books, Fargo and Sundance...Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/sgjpdonate)
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