Outlaws Publishing Announces The Aquisition Of A New Author, Stephen Burckhardt

Outlaws Publishing, LLC announced today the signing of a new author, Stephen Burckhardt. Burckhardt was initially self-publishing a western novella serial. The first installment, Into the West: The Orphan Train has received incredible reviews.
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MIDLOTHIAN, Texas - Dec. 17, 2015 - PRLog -- The book was previously available on Amazon, but has since been unpublished while this transition is finalized. Into the West: The Orphan Train will be re-released under Outlaws Publishing, LLC later this month. While previously available only in ebook form, Outlaws Publishing, LLC will make this and future titles by Burckhardt available in ebook, paperback, and audiobook formats.

This partnership was announced by J.C. Hulsey and Stephen Burckhardt. “I am really looking forward to working with J.C. and Outlaws Publishing,” said Burckhardt. “This is something I’ve always wanted to do. I still can’t quite believe I have someone like J.C. who is willing to support me in getting started in this business.”

Hulsey said, "I'm so glad to be able to add a talent such as Stephen to our growing stable of Outlaws authors and am looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship. I know the readers are going to love his books."


Stephen Burckhardt was born and raised in and around Wichita, Kansas. After spending a few years as a child living on a ranch near Benton, KS, Burckhardt developed a deep love for all things western. Being a proud member of the Cherokee nation only deepened his interest in history, animals, and native traditions.

After earning a degree in journalism from Wichita State University, Burckhardt spent years writing for various publications and eventually worked as a ghostwriter. One of his early assignments was writing a western for Luis Antwoord titled Western: In the Company of Thieves. It was this project for Antwoord that gave Burckhardt an insatiable desire to continue writing westerns under his own name.

Burckhardt’s love of westerns carried over into his married life. He was married in 2013 at the Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita, KS. The ceremony was performed in the museum’s First Presbyterian Church and the reception was held in the saloon, until it was interrupted by a gunfight reenactment by actors provided by Cowtown. Burckhardt and his “better half” live with one of his two teenage step-daughters and are actively searching for a rescue dog to add to the family.

To reach a wider market, Burckhardt decided to write his books as serial novellas instead of full novels. Patterned after the old cliffhanger movie serials which were popular in the early years of cinema, each saga is divided into five-six novellas. Each novella can easily be read in a weekendmaking them a convenient read for busy people. When a saga is complete, all novellas will be released in a single volume collection with bonus material.

For additional information please refer to Outlaws Publishing, LLC, at www.outlawspublishing.com and Stephen Burckhardt’s homepage atstephenburckhardt.wix.com/westernserials.

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