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||CleanThe Merchants of Venus, by X Minus One||“The Merchants of Venus” by A.H. Phelps, Jr. originally appeared in the March 1954 issue of Galaxy Magazine. The story answers the question: how do you sell a planet to potential pioneers? — ed, N.E. Lilly||6 7 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with C.J. Henderson, by N.E. Lilly||C.J. Henderson was gracious enough to set aside some time for an interview with SpaceWesterns.com while at Lunacon 50. — ed. N.E. Lilly||10 2 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Martian Death March, by X Minus One||In a desperate bid for freedom conquered Martians break-out of their reservation to return to their native homes in the mountains. — N.E. Lilly||13 1 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanMasked Astronaut, by The Atomic Swindlers||In 1984 Gary Trainer wrote the Space Western inspired album Sundown on Venus. We bring you a second tune from that album, performed by The Atomic Swindlers. — ed. N.E. Lilly||28 10 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with The Bedlam Bards, by N.E. Lilly||While at the 2007 Browncoat Ball in Philadelphia, I interviewed Hawke and Cedric of The Bedlam Bards, a Renfolk musical group from Texas who had recently branched out into Filk, or Science Fiction Folk Music. — ed. N.E. Lilly||7 10 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanSundown on Venus, by The Atomic Swindlers||Gary Trainer wrote the Space Western inspired album Sundown on Venus in 1984. Here’s the title track, unreleased anywhere else, performed by The Atomic Swindlers. — ed. N.E. Lilly||23 9 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with Matt Black, 2007 Browncoat Ball Chair, by N.E. Lilly||Matt Black is 2007 Chair of the Browncoat Ball, an annual roaming gathering of fans of the science fiction space western series Firefly and major motion picture Serenity created by Joss Whedon. This year the Browncoat Ball is being held in historic Philadelphia on the weekend of September 28th — ed. N.E. Lilly||2 9 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with David G. Hartwell, by N.E. Lilly||If you spend any amount of time reading or writing Science Fiction, one of the names you’ll come to know is David G. Hartwell, editor of The New York Review of Science Fiction and senior editor at Tor/Forge Books. Mr. Hartwell was kind enough to give us an interview on the topic of Space Westerns, at Balticon 41. — ed. N.E. Lilly||5 8 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with Mark L. Van Name, by N.E. Lilly||Mark L. Van Name was gracious enough to set aside some time for an interview with SpaceWesterns.com after giving a reading of his new novel while at Balticon 41. — ed. N.E. Lilly||8 7 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Green Hills of Earth, by X Minus One||The Green Hills of Earth, is a story about Rhysling—the blind singer of the space-ways. Written by Robert A. Heinlein, it originally appeared in The Saturday Evening Post [February 8, 1947]. — ed. N.E. Lilly||27 5 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanInterview with Keith R.A. DeCandido, by N.E. Lilly||Keith R.A. DeCandido was gracious enough to set aside some time for an interview with SpaceWesterns.com after the Space Cowboys discussion panel at Lunacon 50. — ed. N.E. Lilly||22 4 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanSpace Cowboys, by N.E. Lilly||The Space Cowboys panel, held at Lunacon 50, covered the range of sources from knights-errant to Samurai Films, with Keith R.A. DeCandido, Marvin Kaye, and Ernest Lilley participating. — ed. N.E. Lilly||8 4 2007||Free||View In iTunes|