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From the Cutting Room Floor

(In its October 2011 issue, True West published an interview with me in its popular What History Has Taught Me feature. The interview was well received, and I’ve heard from a number of the magazine’s readers since it appeared. However, … Continue reading

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A Letter from Moses

Charlton Heston was my friend. We met only once, for a few hours at his Beverly Hills home. A dozen letters, a phone call or two, and a score of Christmas cards mark the full extent of our communication. And … Continue reading

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I Tell Stories

I tell stories. I tell sad stories, glad stories, best-you-ever-had stories; stories of then and stories of now, stories of when and stories of how. But mostly I tell stories of the American West and of the people who lived … Continue reading

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