Dead Man's Hand is a must have of speculative western.
Within the pages of this monstrous anthology edited by the industry's most prolific editor: John Joseph Adams, we find stories by authors who defined the weird western genre, for most among them: Joe R. Lansdale; and stories by science fiction and fantasy giants like Orson Scott Card and Dave Farland. One of my personal favorites: "Stingers and Strangers" written by Seanan McGuire; there's plenty more. This anthology is packed with 23 short stories. Each one is no less than five thousand words; some are damn near novellas. You can read my review of these stories at Tangent Online. If you like steampunk, western settings, and/or supernatural tales then you'll love this anthology.