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Spur Award for Best Short Fiction

This is a list of books which have won the Spur Award for best short fiction:

  • 1953 - Short Story: "Gun Job" by Thomas Thompson
  • 1954 - Short Story: "Blood on the Sun" by Thomas Thompson
  • 1955 - Short Story: "Bad Company" by S. Omar Barker
  • 1956 - Short Story: "Lost Sister" by Dorothy M. Johnson
  • 1957 - Short Story: "The Brushoff' by Peggy Simson Curry
  • 1958 - Short Story: "Thief in Camp" by Bill Gulick
  • 1959 - Short Story: "Grandfather Out of the Past" by Noel Loomis
  • 1960 - Short Story: "The Shaming of Broken Horn" by Bill Gulick
  • 1961 - Short Story: `A Town Named Hate" by John Prebble
  • 1962 - Short Story: "Isley's Stranger" by Will Henry
  • 1963 - Short Story: "Comanche Woman" by Fred Grove
  • 1964 - Short Story: "Log Studio of C.M. Russell" by Lola Shelton
  • 1965 - Short Material: "Tallest Indian in Toltepec" by Will Henry
  • 1966 - Short Material: "Empty Saddles at Christmas" by S. Omar Barker
  • 1967 - Short Material: "The Guns of William Longley" by Donald Hamilton
  • 1968 - Short Material: "When the Caballos Came" by Fred Grove
  • 1969 - Short Subject: "Westward to Blood and Glory" by Cliff Farrell
  • 1970 - Short Subject: "In the Silence" by Peggy Simson Curry
  • 1971 - Short Subject: "Shootout in Burke Canyon" by Earl Clark
  • 1972 - Short Subject: "Call of the Cow Country?' by Harry F. Webb
  • 1973 - Short Subject: "The Comancheros" by John Harrell
  • 1974 - Short Subject: (tie) "The Other Nevadan" by Robert Laxalt and "Buried Money" by Eve Ball
  • 1975 - Short Subject: "Apaches in the History of the Southwest" by Donald Worcester
  • 1976 - Short Subject: "Jonathan Gilliam & The White Man's Burden" by C. L. Sonnichsen
  • 1977 - Short Subject: "Where the Cowboys Hunkered Down" by John L. Sinclair
  • 1978 - Short Subject: `A Season for Heroes" by Carla Kelly
  • 1979 - Short Subject: "Jason Glendauer's Watch" by James Bellah
  • 1980 - Short Subject: "One Man's Code" by Wayne Barton
  • 1981 - Short Subject (Fiction): "Kathleen Flaherty's Long Winter" by Carla Kelly
  • 1982 - Short Subject (Fiction): "Horseman" by Oakley Hall
  • 1983 - Short Subject (Fiction): "The Ten Sleep Mail" by William F. Bragg, Jr.
  • 1984 - Short Subject (Fiction): "Sale of One Small Ranch" by Paul St. Pierre
  • 1985 - Short Fiction: "The Way It Was Told to Me" by Bill Brett
  • 1986 - Short Fiction: "The Bandit" by Loren D. Estleman
  • 1987 - Short Fiction: "The Orange County Cowboys" by Max Evans
  • 1988 - Short Fiction: "Yellow Bird: An Imaginary Autobiography" by Robert J. Conley
  • 1989 - Short Fiction: "The Indian Summer of Nancy Redwing" by Harry W Paige
  • 1990 - Short Fiction: "Just As I Am" by Joyce Gibson Roach
  • 1991 - Short Fiction: "Cimarron, The Killer" by Benjamin Capps
  • 1992 - Short Fiction: "The Face" by Ed Gorman
  • 1993 - Short Fiction: "Lou" by Jane Candia Coleman
  • 1994 - Short Fiction: "Charity" by Sandra Whiting
  • 1995 - Short Fiction: `Are You Coming Back, Phin Montana?" by Jane Candia Coleman
  • 1996 - Short Fiction: "The Alchemist" by Loren D. Estleman
  • 1997 - In this year the WWA Executive Board voted to redesignate the Spur Awards to reflect the year the award is presented rather than the year the work was published.
  • 1998 - Short Fiction: "Sue Ellen Learns to Dance" by Judy Alter
  • 1999 - Short Fiction: "Secrets of the Lost Cannon" by Allen P. Bristow
  • 2000 - Short Fiction: "Opening Day" by David Marion Wilkinson
  • 2001 - Best Western Short Fiction: “All or Nothing” by Gary Svee
  • 2002 - Short Fiction: "A Piano at Dead Man's by Johnny D. Boggs
  • 2003 - Best Western Short Fiction: "The Old Man" by Jimbo Brewer
  • 2004 - Short Fiction: "Second Coming" by Andrew Geyer
  • 2005 - Short Fiction: "The Promotion" by Larry D. Sweazy

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