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Braun, Matt(hew)

BRAUN, Matt(hew)

BRAUN, Matt(hew). American, b. 1932. Genres: Westerns/Adventure. Career: Journalist, 1956-69, then freelance writer. Member, Board of Dirs., Western Writers of America. Recipient: Golden Spur Award, Best Western Historical Novel, 1976; Stirrup Award, 1987, 1988; Cowboy Spirit Award, 1999; Eagle Feather Award, 1999; Doc Holliday Award, 1999; inducted into Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1999. Publications: Mattie Silks, 1972; Black Fox, 1972; The Savage Land, 1973; El Paso, 1973; Noble Outlaw, 1975; Bloody Hand, 1975; Cimarron Jordan, 1975; Kinch, 1975; Buck Colter, 1975; The Kincaids, 1976; The Second Coming of Lucas Brokaw, 1977; The Save-Your-Life Defense Handbook (nonfiction), 1977; Hangman's Creek, 1979; Lords of the Land, 1979; the Stuart Women, 1980; Jury of Six, 1980; Tombstone, 1981; The Spoilers, 1981; Manhunter, 1981; Deadwood, 1981; Deadwood, No. 6, 1981; The Judas Tree, No. 7, 1982; The Killing Touch, 1983; This Loving Promise, 1984; Santa Fe, 1985; Rio Hondo, 1987; Windward West, 1987; A Distant Land, 1988; Matt Braun's Western Cooking, 1988; How to Write Western Novels, 1988; A Time of Innocence, 1985; Tenbow, 1990; Westward of the Law, 1991; The Brannocks, 1986; Wyatt Earp, 1994; Outlaw Kingdom, 1995; Texas Empire, 1996; One Last Town, 1997; Doc Holliday, 1997; The Last Stand, 1998; Gentleman Rogue, 1998; Bloodsport, 1999; Deathwalk, 2000; Hickok & Cody, 2001; The Wild Ones, 2002; The Overlords, 2003; The Warlords, 2003. Address: c/o Richard Curtis Associate, Inc, 171 E 74th St Ste 2, New York, NY 10021, U.S.A. Online address:

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