Tag Archives: Heath Lowrance

THE ASCENDANCY OF TELEVISION

I checked out Heath Lowrance’s blog today and came across this interesting post. He discussed the AMC television series, Hell On Wheels, a revenge-driven rip-snorter of a western series harkening back to the golden age of movie westerns. He also mentioned he has resisted getting cable up till now, preferring instead to buy the DVD boxed […]

HEATH LOWRANCE REVIEWS “THE GHOSTS OF HAVANA”

Heath Lowrance, a talented author if ever there was one, has just added “man of impeccable taste” to his credentials. He took the time to read The Ghosts Of Havana and write a wonderful review of it. I could stick a slick link in here to the review, but hey, I’m a simple guy, so I’ll […]

THE MEN OF FILM NOIR

Heath Lowrance, author of  the novel The Bastard Hand and a short story collection called Dig Ten Graves, as well as the individual short story, That Damned Coyote Hill, has asked yours truly to write a post for his blog. There were “No Rules”, no word count limit, no assigned topic, no nothing. Just whatever I […]

REVIEW: “THAT DAMNED COYOTE HILL”

THAT DAMNED COYOTE HILL by Heath Lowrance (2011) Reviewed by Mike Dennis Enigmatic stranger rides into town, kicks ass, rides out. You’ve seen it a thousand times, right? Didn’t most Randolph Scott movies follow that story line? Some might say that terse little synopsis sums up Heath Lowrance’s short story, That Damned Coyote Hill. But if they said […]