Guest blog post at Wonders & Marvels.
Interview at Vermont Public Radio.
Interview at Lowestoft Chronicle.
Interview at Henry’s Western Round-up.
Reviewed and interviewed at Buddies in the Saddle.
I get spurred and branded at Western Fiction Review.
Here it is: The Manliest Podcast Interview Ever! ArtofManliness.com.
It is indeed a meeting of the minds at Education of a Pulp Writer.
I play 7 Questions with David Cranmer at Gutter Books.
An interview, as part of Black Horse Westerns Weekend: The Tainted Archive.
I loved Cowboys, Mountain Men, and Grizzly Bears. It’s absolutely terrific. What a saga of the Great American West.
—Howard Frank Mosher, award-winning novelist
An excellent variety of great stories, told in superb narrative style.
—John D. Nesbitt, Spur Award-winner and author of Trouble at the Redstone
Matthew’s writing is top-notch, and a name to watch in the western genre. I can’t wait to see what he does next.
—Larry D. Sweazy, award-winning author of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger series
Matt Mayo is … kicking butt and taking names. I loved Roamer: Wrong Town, and can’t wait for the next one in the series. This is fiction writing at its best, and some of the best writing you’ll find in the Western field. If you’re a fan of well-written Westerns, you won’t regret adding this one to your collection, and you’ll have a damn good time doing it.
— Peter Brandvold (aka Frank Leslie), best-selling Western author
The man knows the West, and, better still, knows how to tell a story.
—Andrew Vietze, author of Becoming Teddy Roosevelt
Matt is one of the new pulp masters. He can write in any genre and write damn fine.
—David Cranmer, author and publisher of Beat to a Pulp
Mayo is a breezy yarn-spinner, the kind you’d like to sit around a pot-bellied stove with on a cold night.
Mayo writes pulpy short fiction—pulpy in the best sense of the word—in a variety of genres, and he also pens Western novels that are simultaneously action-packed and character-driven, fast-moving and deeply layered. And there’s … dark humor and biting wit, too!
—Jeremy Jones, D&D Insider