Western American Literature 49.3

The fall issue of Western American Literature (49.3) is in the mail, and available on Project Muse.


Far from the Pastoral Myth: Basque Sheepherders in Contemporary Western American Fiction

David Rio

“The Sterility of their art”: Masculinity and the Western in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony

Lydia R. Cooper


Amaia Ibarraran, Martin Simonson, and David Rio, eds., The Neglected West: Contemporary Approaches to Western American Literature-Nancy S. Cook

David L. Moore, That Dream Shall Have a Name: Native Americans Rewriting America-O. Alan Weltzien

Michelle H. Raheja, Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film

-Scott D. Emmert

James H. Cox, The Red Land to the South: American Indian Writers and Indigenous Mexico-Lisa Tatonetti

Scott Knickerbocker, Ecopoetics: The Language of Nature, the Nature of Language-Robert Scott

William E. Tydeman, Conversations with Barry Lopez: Walking the Path of Imagination-Jason Hertz

Don Waters, Sunland-Andrea Clark Mason

Gerald Vizenor, Chair of Tears-Andy Meyer

Scott Momaday, Again the Far Morning: New and Selected Poems-Matthias Schubnell

Mary K. Stillwell, The Life & Poetry of Ted Kooser-Scott Knickerbocker

Jackson J. Benson, Haunted: The Strange and Profound Art of Wright Morris, a Biography and a Photo Gallery

-Rodney P. Rice

Evelyn I. Funda, Weeds: A Farm Daughter’s Lament-Susan H. Swetnam

Jean Morgan Meaux, ed., In Pursuit of Alaska: An Anthology of Travelers’ Tales, 1879-1909-Eric Heyne

Mark Liebenow, Mountains of Light: Seasons of Reflection in Yosemite-Scott Herring

SueEllen Campbell, et al., The Face of the Earth: Natural Landscapes, Science and Culture

-Ann E. Lundberg

William deBuys, A Great Aridness: Climate Change and the Future of the American Southwest

-Sharman Apt Russell