Old West Stories – by Marshal T. Justice

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Cover - Old West book

Marshal T. Justice is probably the finest narrative poet of Old West stories of our time. By “narrative poet” I mean someone who writes short stories in either rhythmic or free verse form in a way that you mostly never even notice you’re reading something in verse. Words and ideas just seem to flow better. His writing is compared to “what if” the very famous Old West writers like Louis L’Amour or Zayne Grey wrote poetry. If they did — this is sure as heck what it would look like!

While M.T.’s (that’s what he likes to be called) style could be called “Cowboy poetry”, it really isn’t. Sure, it fits the genre of Cowboy poems, but each of his works are full stories not of the open prairie, or a cattle drive — but of tough and honorable individuals on the frontier, or the Old and New West, and their day-to-day battles to make it through life, or just make life better. Stories of hard men — brave but honest. Women, even stronger, and including stories of previously little or unknown minority members without whom the West could not have been won!

This is M.T.’s first published book — and it is a book destined to become an American classic in modern narrative poetry. As a long time friend, it is my honor to be the publisher of this, his first book. Autographed copies are offered for a limited time through this website. Please use the “Pay Now” button below where you can purchase thru Paypal or your own credit card, or even Venmo.  You can also take a look at M.T.’s new website or even take a look at a new Youtube video of his new Cowboy poem “Jessi & Wes” using this link.

Back cover - The Old West

There’s a SPECIAL HOLIDAY DEAL on Marshal’s new book thru Christmas where you can get it at cost ($8.01) which includes shipping.  Don’t let the deal slip by — these are really groundbreaking narrative poems that read just like a Zayne Grey western!

You can visit M.T.’s new website at 

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