Del Cain
Ok, here's the thing. I wouldn't want to go back to writing, as I once did, on a typewriter but I seldom got angry at my Royal. Of course, I'm trying to do things on the computer that would have seemed like science fiction back then. But I'm making very little headway. Take this website for instance, no, really, take the durn thing and make it work. I'm not having any luck. As you might notice on the home page, I finally got a picture of the cover of my poetry book, Songs on the Prairie Wind, to appear, not a great image of a beautiful cover but it's there and the best I can do for now. I will try to put that picture here also because I'm just that proud of how it came out. I took it but it looks good because of the help of a great friend and pro-photographer, Lefty Brandon and the simple, elegant title design of another friend, Alan Justice. I would like to get this thing to have a way you can buy any of my books but, for now, if you're interested, just email me at (there's something else to work on, email linked to the site.)

Leave a Reply.


    Del Cain is the author of the immensely popular Lawmen of the Old West: The Good Guys and Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys, as well as poems and stories in various journals and anthologies. He was born and raised in northwest Oklahoma and now lives with his wife in Saginaw, Texas. He is a member of the Dallas-Fort Worth Writers Workshop.


    October 2011



    RSS Feed