Jim Hitt is a graduate of North Texas State University and holds a BA in English and history and a MA in history. In addition to his many articles related to the west and film, he is the author of THE AMERICAN WEST, FROM FICTION INTO FILM (McFarland, 1991), which has been called the definitive monograph on the subject, and WORDS AND SHADOWS (Citadel, 1993), an examination of mainstream American literature and its connection to film. He is also represented in THE LOUIS L’AMOUR COMPANION (Andrews and McMeel, 1992). In 2001, Adventure Books published his novel THE LAST WARRIOR. In 2009 his short story “The Boy with Too Much Hair” won the grand prize for best fantasy story from Once Written.com In 2010 Aberdeen Bay released CARNY: A NOVEL IN STORIES, which won the Grand Prize for Fiction at the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. He has also been a guest speaker at the Gene Autry Museum.
The Courage of Others
by James Hitt
The true nature of each person is deeper than one’s skin, and the courage to confront depravity is often learned through the ‘courage of others’.
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