Sex, Love, and Murder; or, Glenna Bell’s Perfectly Legal Tale

In the right hands, stories of sex, love, and murder go beyond tabloid sensationalism to reveal truths about the human condition, drawing not just tears and laughter but the somber recognition that we are all flawed (so get over it with wine, women, and/or song). As soon as Glenna Bell gets behind the mic with her . . . → Read More: Sex, Love, and Murder; or, Glenna Bell’s Perfectly Legal Tale

Happy Birthday to Real-Life Cowgirl Hero Annie Oakley

Back in the late 1800s, she was hawtness personified–Annie Oakley, sharpshooting superstar, a favorite of Buffalo Bill, Chief Sitting Bull, and European royalty. She was the idol of American youth.

No, she wasn’t  a cussin’, mannish, cross-dressing kind of gal. She was a typical late-1800s lady, decked out in heavy skirts and petticoats and awesomely cute . . . → Read More: Happy Birthday to Real-Life Cowgirl Hero Annie Oakley

Cowgirl Power; or Two-Gun Nan Aspinwall

Day of the Cowboy (this Saturday) needs some girl power, and Two-Gun Nan fills those boots and how.
Thanks to Petticoats & Pistols‘ Mary Connealy, this original buckarette can shine her light into the 21st century.
Born in Nebraska in 1880, Nan Aspinwall was a skillful stunt rider, sharpshooter, and bull rider. (Whoo-hoo!) She was so skillful she . . . → Read More: Cowgirl Power; or Two-Gun Nan Aspinwall