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Volume 16.2 - Winter 1999
Volume 16.2 - Winter 1999
Volume 16.3 - Spring 1999
Volume 16.3 - Spring 1999
Volume 17.0 - Poetry Supplement
Volume 17.0 - Poetry Supplement
Volume 17.1 - Fall 1999
Volume 17.1 - Fall 1999
Volume 17.2 - Winter 2000
Volume 17.2 - Winter 2000
Volume 17.3 - Spring 2000
Volume 17.3 - Spring 2000
Volume 18.0 - Summer 2000
Volume 18.0 - Summer 2000
Volume 18.1 - Fall 2000
Volume 18.1 - Fall 2000
Volume 18.2 - Winter 2001
Volume 18.2 - Winter 2001
Volume 18.3 - Spring 2001
Volume 18.3 - Spring 2001
Volume 19.1 - Fall 2001
Volume 19.1 - Fall 2001
Volume 19.2 - Winter 2002
Volume 19.2 - Winter 2002
Volume 19.3 - Spring/Summer 2002
Volume 19.3 - Spring/Summer 2002
Volume 20.1 - Fall 2002
Volume 20.1 - Fall 2002
Volume 20.2 - Winter 2003
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Volume 21.1 - Fall 2003
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Volume 16.2 - Personal Narrative Special Issue Winter 1999 go to top of page
EDITOR'S NOTE
CONVERSATION

Gerald Vizenor in Dialogue with A. Robert Lee  by A. Robert Lee
ART
The Angry [Serene] Art of Fletcher Booth  by Fletcher Booth
ESSAY
The Province of Personal Narrative  by John Daniel
A Language to Catch Birds With  by Harald Gaski
The Fatness of It  by Patricia Clark Smith
In the Beginning Was the Word  by James D. Houston
Portraits: Autoethnography and Self-story  by John Lloyd Purdy
When You Stop Counting  by Judy Fort Brenneman
Badger's Business  by Linda M. Hasselstrom
Finding Gene  by Louis Owens
Circle in the Snow  by David Mogen
FICTION
The Stone Babies  by Gerald Vizenor
POETRY
Of Cells and Stars  by Barbara F. Lefcowitz
The Pabulum of Babble  by F. J. Schaak
The Canyon was Serene  by Luci Tapahonso
READING THE WEST

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Volume 16.3 - Spring 1999 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
The Value of Values  with Ted Wilson, Peter Abbleby, Carolyn Irish, Elaine Englehardt
ESSAY
Refuge-Refugee  by Joan D. Stamm
Curious Abrupt Questionings: The Lure of Glitz and Glam  by Philip Heldrich
At My Father's House in Illinois, February, 1995  by Shale Sloat
Next Year in Jerusalem  by Brenda Miller
The Soil Inside Us  by Tim Gilmer
FICTION
Blood is Their Secret  by Marco Morrone
You Get What You Pay For  by David F. Epstein
The Butcher, the Gambler, and the Charcoal Burner  by Dirk Van Nouhuys
Poison in the House  by Michael Ranney
POETRY
Cezanne in Philadelphia, 1996, and other poems  Daniel R. Schwarz
First Person Present Tension and Blessed Structures  by Yvette A. Schnoeker-Shorb
Domes and Pinnacles, and other poems  by Nancy Takacs, Art by Karen Jobe Templeton
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Volume 17.0 - Special Poetry Supplement Summer 1999 go to top of page
POETRY
The Way Mose YellowHorse Learned How to Throw  by Todd Fuller
Four Poems  by Michelle Paulsen
A Dream of Bear and other poems  by Kathryn Winograd
Towards Convergence and other poems  by Anne Wilson
The Rummager and the Artifact and Work World   by Sean Webb
At a Cemetery in Salt Lake City  by Kevin Holdsworth
Seven Poems from Return  by Allan Johnston
two ghost faces: from kateri tekakwitha to caterina benincasa  by Anne Blonstein
To Jean Cocteau and other poems  by Nils Clausson
Tears and Missing  by Rabindra K. Swain
A Handmaiden of the Lord and September Poem  by Susan Gunter
The Agnostic and Dog Days  by William Meyer, Jr.
My Mother and Her Egg and Walking One Fall With A Mother  by Heather Sellers
Everything Sits Right Sometimes, and other poems  by William Snyder Jr.
Sonar-Rap, and other poems  by Susan Sonde
Handle With Care and other poems  by Mori Ponsowy
ESSAY
With Sharon Olds in Idaho  by Ron McFarland
FICTION
Five Ways To Die  by S. Rammath
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Volume 17.1 - Fall 1999 go to top of page
ESSAYS
We Who Continue, Shale Sloat
Dividing Up the World, Judy Elsley
You have Love or You No Have, Tim Gilmer
Afternoon of a Fawn, Juanita Smart
A Black Range Christmas Tree, Tom Lynch
FICTION
Rare Earth, James Barbour
Ghost Lover, Susan Sonde
Vows, Lawrence Dunning
Different Words for Snow, Ron McFarland
A Hummingbird, Ralph Hardy
POETRY
The Change and other poems, Wendy Miller Roberts
Painting Lessons and other poems, John Grey
And So it Happens and The Paint Store, Mikel Vause
READING THE WEST

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Volume 17.2 Winter 2000 go to top of page
CONVERSATIONS
The Reality of the Imagination, Michael Wutz with Carlos Fuentes
You Can Get There From Here, Paul Thompson with Jon Huntsman
ART
Learning to See, Bonnie Sucec
ESSAYS
Restoration Meditations, Patricia Dubrava
Bridges, John Nizalowski
The Way Ahead: Building Grounded Communities, Max Oelschlaeger
Reflections of a Red-ledge Mormon, Edward A. Geary
Death of a Motorist, Atar Hadari
Mountaintops, Orman Day
FICTION
Raphael in Brooklyn, Joseph M. Ditta
Aquatic Motion, Katherine L. Wright
Beige Phone, Doug Heckman
No Monsters Allowed, Tom Hansen
POETRY
Getting Outdoors at the Conference and other poems, Paul J. Willis
Tetanus and other poems, Gary Fincke
Low-Speed Collision and other poems, Paul Karan
At The Museum, S. Ramnath
READING THE WEST 

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Volume 17.3 SPRING 2000 go to top of page
ART
Ranch Photographs, Adam Jahiel
ESSAYS
Growing Up in Snowflake, Levi Peterson
Elk and Barbed Wire, Eric Bateman
Liberal and Conservative Blindspots, Manfred Weidhorn
After the Jets Crashed, Bill McCarron
Nestled in Chaos, Judy Fort Brenneman
FICTION
Iron, Eleanor Swanson
Of Many Colors, M. L. Archer
Spring Among the Politicians, Ed Skoog
POETRY
Bushes Burning and other poems, William Kloefkorn
Range of Light, Allan Johnston
Flight of Rabbits and Mime, Taylor Graham
Faith Is a Radical Master and other poems, Walt McDonald
The Sun and the Hunt and other poems, Kael Moffat
How Long and other poems, Laraine Wilkins
READING THE WEST

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Volume 18.0, SUMMER 2000 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Denver Mysteries: Rex Burns in Conversation with A. Robert Lee, A. Robert Lee
ESSAY
The Little Salmon: Confessions at the Edge of the Time Zone, Joy Passanante
Accident, Donald Anderson
High Plateau Blues, Kevin Holdsworth
The Southern Quandary of Being OK but Southern, David Hutto
FICTION
Hurts, J. Alicia Shank
Untitled, Rex Burns
A Horse of a Different Color, Richard Dokey
POETRY
The Doyleville Schoolhouse and Early Chores, Mark Todd
Desert and other poems, Dennis Saleh
The Big Themes and other poems, Melora Wolff
Washing the Clothes of the Dead and other poems, Miriam Vermilya
The Primitive Yawn and other poems, David Feela
A Saturday Drive Toward Home and other poems, Gailmarie Pahmeier
The Bells of Silence and the Wedding, D. James Smith
READING THE WEST

 
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Volume 18.1, FALL 2000 go to top of page
CONVERSATION/ART
Native American Art at the End of the Millennium, Linda B. Eaton
ESSAY
True West, Carolyn D. Holbert
"Red Man" Courted in Texas, Silvester J. Brito
The Fourth Face of Folly, Robert B. Smith
Where the Camels Roam, Arthur Winfield Knight
FICTION
It's Your Heart That Makes All the Difference, Neila C. Seshachari
Counting, Jacob M. Appel
The Man Behind Wyatt Earp, John Hendrickson
POETRY
On Seeing One of Julie's Watercolors and other poems, O. Marvin Lewis
Ludlow Massacre Photography exhibit and other poems, Katie Kingston
Another Day in South Dakota and other poems, Robert King
Jupiter and other poems, Barry Ballard
Psalm of Sleeping In and other poems, Ryan G. Van Cleave
Waters, Devolution and Glaciers, Sonnin Dahl Waters
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Volume 18.2, Winter 2001 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Writing As Spiritual Experience: A Conversation with Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Neila C. Seshachari
ESSAYS
In a Safe Place, Judy Fort Brenneman
Jasmine, Judy Fort Brenneman
From the Ash of Human Feeling—Teaching Poetry Behind the Fence, Shaun T. Griffin
A Gift of Stars, John Nizalowski
FICTION
Cold Tribute, Robin Sterns
Feedings, Kristine A. Somerville
A Comparative Seismology, Jacob M. Appel
The Hat Dancer, Nadine Chapman
POETRY
Still Life, Crashing, Sharon M. Schaller
Heaven We Are Denied and Old Soldiers, Jeffrey L. Dye
The Halls of Sleep and To Know These Cliffs, Denis Sivack
Phenomena and other poems, Gary Fincke
This is Another Story and First Snow, Janet McCann
A Doctor's Litany and June Blues, Jamie Wasserman
Something Useful from the Future and Barracks Watch, John Randolph Carter
Rella and other poems, Katherine Davis
READING THE WEST 

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Volume 18.3, Spring 2001 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Nature Writing, American Literature, and the Idea of Community—A Conversation with Barry Lopez, David Thomas Sumner
ART
Recent Works, Richard Van Wagoner
ESSAYS
Brevities: Inland, August, Rob Stothart
Letters Home, Rebecca McCormick
Labor Day and Green River, Wyoming Sketches, Shale Sloat
FICTION
Alien in the Kitchen, J. A. Pollard
Matches, Steven Lee Beeber
The Gold of Seville, Francesco Marroni
Rotation, Gene Washington
The Mark Twain Overlook, Sohrab Homi Fracis
POETRY
Platter and Highball, Princeton Station, Kevin Clark
Agent Stone and A Case of Catfish Abuse, William Meyer Jr.
Taos Storyteller, Kake Huck
Will You Leave Utah?, Susan Elizabeth Howe
To a Cross Country Skier, Kyongjoo Hong Ryou
The Belgian Housekeeper, Billie Dee
Branches with Green Leaves and Prairie Winds, Larsen Bowker
READING THE WEST

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Volume 19.1, Fall 2001 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Facts, Shapes, Our Relationship to the Landscape—A Conversation with David Quammen, David Thomas Sumner,
Western Sightings—John G. Cawelti in Conversation with A. Robert Lee, A. Robert Lee, 
ESSAYS
Into the Whitewater's Song, Hal Crimmel
The Granddaddy of All Trash Days, Julia Corbett
Soul-struck Soldier: Stepping Westward with Cabeza de Vaca, Robert Schnelle
FICTION
The Web, Margaret Karmazin
The Cellar Man, Konnie Ellis
The Nature of Birds, Lawrence Dunning
POETRY
Gordon Moose, William Kelley
Unicorn and other poems, Robert S. Mikkelsen
Fruit and Flowers and other poems, Felicia Mitchell
The Way These Days Pass and Although Sometimes a Hand, Rabindra K. Swain
Papageno in the Shower, Ben Wilensky
READING THE WEST
TRIBUTE—Sherwin W. Howard

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Volume 19.2, Winter 2002 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Activism, Fly Fishing, and Fiction—A Conversation with David James Duncan, David Thomas Sumner
ESSAYS
The Bones of Elk, Brian Ames
St. Edward of Hoboken, Kevin Holdsworth
Homage to Miss Cole, Richard Conway
FICTION
Cold November, L. L. Lee
The Architecture of Xaguas, Alicita Rodriguez
Rough-Housing, Debra L. Stang
More Room to Pray Golf, Michael Hollister
POETRY
Jewelry Box and other poems, Nancy Takacs
Sightseeing and Ice Fisherman, Paulann Petersen
San Miguel and other poems, Tonya Basinger
Writer's Block and other poems, Jimmy A. Lerner
My German Grandfather was Tiny and other poems, John McKernan
Walking the Dogs in January and other poems, Tom Hansen
READING THE WEST

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Volume 19.3, Spring/Summer 2003 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Testimony, Landscape and the West—A Conversation with Stephen Trimble, David Thomas Sumner
Testimony, Refuge, and the Sense of Place—A Conversation with Terry Tempest Williams, David Thomas Sumner
ART
Bedrock Pilgrim, Stephen Trimble
ESSAYS
Madras, Oregon—Auction Yard and Memory, Erik E. Schoen
Urban Nature: Your Place or Mine?, Penelope Grenoble O'Malley
Living the Land, Paul Lindholdt
FICTION
Soccorro, NM, and  Plymouth, UT, Todd Robert Petersen
The Hullaballo, or a Kind of Good Time was Had by Almost Everyone, Ron McFarland
Manure, Martin Naparsteck
Lemonade, Steven Boyd Saum
Aransas Pass, Wendell Mayo
POETRY
Less and More and From the House of Blue Lights, Myrna Stone
Afterthought and other poems, Camille Dungy
Deep Lake and other poems, Allan Johnston
The Wheel and Haying, Hamish Guthrie
A Neighbor and Ganden Monastery, Karen Swenson
Trabalenguas and other poems, Virgil Suárez
READING THE WEST
TRIBUTE—Neila C. Seshachari

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Volume 20.1, Fall 2002 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
One Nine-Inch Rainbow—A Last Conversation with Gary LaFontaine, Craig J. Oberg
ART
Heart and Soul, Martin John Garhart
ESSAYS
Growing a Home: Gardens as Place, Tamara Fritze
The Color of Dust, Matthew Cooperman
A Raft of Blues, Matthew Cooperman
FICTION
Of Bondage and the Break, Joseph M. Ditta
Country Western Love Music, Jubal Tiner
The Fifth Mrs. Hughes, Diana Joseph
POETRY
Sergeant Patrick Gass, Chief Carpenter: On the Trail Lewis and Clark, William Kloefkorn
Rhapsody in Slickrock a Song for the Roadrunner: Homage to Abbey: Beethoven 6:4, David Lee
In the Crescent of Long Hours and Death Has No Business, Mercedes Lawry
Relics and other poems, Dennis Held
READING THE WEST

Volume 20.2, Winter 2003 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Sophisticated Traveler—A Conversation with Novelist Kate Wheeler, Victoria Ramirez
ART
Dreaming in Layers, Susan Makov
ESSAYS
Untethered in Yosemite: A Report from Paradise in the Last Summer of the Millennium, David Stevenson
The Dowsers of Perlite Pond, Maximilian S. Werner
FICTION
Pig Snout, Kim Bridgford
The Hunt, Laurie Marr Wasmund
Barefoot with Rita, Dan T. Cox
Outside Beach, Richard Lee Zuras
Mink, Larry T. Menlove
POETRY
Never Mind and other poems, Lois Marie Harrod
Dawn Riders and Winter Wagon, D. C. Owens
Servicing the Windmill and other poems, Taylor Graham
Temptation of a Cowgirl and other poems, Lynn DiPier
Pinnacles and Running Loose, Jennifer Firestone
Absolute Music and other poems, James Gurley
Constellations Over Colorado and other poems, Edward Byrne
READING THE WEST

Volume 20.3, Spring/Summer 2003 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
Living and Working on the Border—A Conversation with Raquel Valle-Sentíes, Tony Spanos
ART & POETRY
Living Between the Lines: The Poetry and Painting of Raquel Valle-Sentíes, Raquel Valle-Sentíes
ESSAYS
Lost at Home in the Bottomlands, Robert King
Outsiders, Matthew J. Sullivan
Two Reggies, Kristine Somerville
FICTION
The Lazarus, James Hinton
Talking on the Moon, Richard Plant
Playing Peon, Brandon Cesmat
Hunting at Night, Joan Fox
POETRY
Snapshots and other poems, Linda Sillitoe
Iowa and Marjorie, Stephanie Dickinson
Utah Shijo and other poems, Kyongjoo H. Ryou
Hampstead Laundresses and Beethoven Understands, Pat Jourdan
Padanaram and Associations, Michael Zack
The Fixing of Dreams and The Question of Marriage, Deanna Pickard
The Weight of Three Moths and The Solitude of Men, Robert Parham
READING THE WEST

Volume 21.1 Fall 2003 go to top of page
CONVERSATION
A Conversation with Michael Schumacher, Carl Porter
ART
New Realism in Contemporary Chinese Painting, Zhang, Chenchu
ESSAY
Fallow, Kevin Lutz
A Mother’s Fairy Tale,
Jessica Halliday
Children of the Woods,
Ana Maria Spagna
FICTION
Something Happened, Richard Dokey
Differently,
William N. Richardson
Nighthawk Falls, Dusk, The Opalescent River, Adirondacks,
Dick Bentley
POETRY
The Ingt and other poems, Gary Gildner
Map of Possibilities and other poems, William Woolfitt
Wishing the Antelope Herd and other poems, Shaun T. Griffin
Birth Ghazal and Antiphon, C. J. Sage
Next Summer and Two Boys in a Field on Goto Island—August, 1945, Ryan G. Van Cleave
Basho Reads the News: Sierra Frogs Fall Silent and Divulgence, C. J. Eliason
Sea of Rains and other poems, Barry Ballard
Geography Lesson and Midnight, July 5
th, Cathy Calkins
Meniscus and other poems, Anita Tanner
READING THE WEST

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