Magazines and Publications and Publishers
- American Western Ezine/ReadWest.com
- Drumlummon Online Magazine
Online journal of Montana arts and culture published by the cultural nonprofit Drumlummon Institute.
- Gibbs Smith Publisher
- Great Plains Quarterly
Great Plains Quarterly, which began publication in 1981, contains articles on history, literature, and culture of the Great Plains and seeks a readership among both scholars and the interested general public.
- New West: Voice of the Rocky Mountains
Online magazine covering the Mountain West. Has a section on books and writers too.
- Oscar Micheaux Site
Remember M. K. Johnson‘s essay on Oscar Micheaux in WAL‘s fall 1998 issue (33.3)? If you want to know more about Oscar Micheaux, check out this site. It has lots of information and interesting visuals.
- Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas
Review is the major forum in the United States for contemporary Latin American, Caribbean, and Canadian writing in English and English translation as well as for coverage of arts in the Americas.
An online magazine by the Western Writers of America.
- Texas Christian University Press
Texas Christian University Press was established in 1966, and publishes ten to twelve books a year, focusing on the history and literature of Texas and the American West.
- University of Nevada Press
- University of Oklahoma Press
- University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press
- Weber Studies
An online journal representing “voices and viewpoints of the West.”
- Western Writers Online
Western Writers Online is a peer-reviewed journal and research hub devoted to authoritative, accessible scholarship on the writers of the North American West. We publish original, peer-reviewed articles and shorter reprints that illuminate the lives and w
Some useful sites for research.
San Francisco Chronicle's reader polls
Societies, Foundations, and Associations
A group of Societies, Foundations, and Associations we find very useful for our members.
- Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation
Find information on the world-renowned author of “A Lantern in Her Hand,” O. Henry Award Winner, and Nebraska Hall of Famer.
- Buffalo Bill Historical Center
- Charles Redd Center
Established in 1972 through a gift to Brigham Young University, the Charles Redd Center seeks to promote the West by sponsoring research, teaching, and public programs in a variety of academic disciplines.
- Clements Center for Southwest Studies
Established in the fall of 1996, the center promotes research and instruction in a variety of fields of inquiry related to the American Southwest. The center also offers several fellowships.
- Robinson Jeffers Association
- Society for the Study of American Women Writers
The Society for the Study of American Women Writers is an affiliate of the Western Literature Association.
- Study for the Society of American Women Writers
The Society for the Study of American Women Writers was established to promote the study of American women writers through research, teaching, and publication. It is the goal of the Society to strengthen relations among persons and institutions in this co
- The American Literature Association
The American Literature Association is a nonprofit organization designed to inform the American literature community to the news, events, and actives of its members.
- The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment
ASLE (pronounced “az-lee”) was founded in October 1992 to promote the exchange of ideas and information pertaining to literature that considers the relationship between human beings and the naturalworld.
- The Center of the American West
The Center’s mission is to bring to bear a wide range of perspectives and insights as we explore the West of the past, examine the present, and prepare for the future; and thus to help Westerners, in all their ethnic and occupational diversity, become bet
- The Cormac McCarthy Society
- Wallace Stegner Center
The Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment represents a concrete manifestation of the University of Utah College of Law’s commitment to the multidisciplinary study of natural resources and environmental law and policy.
- Western Writers of America
WWA is an organization of professional writers devoted to the literature of the American West.
- Willa Cather Foundation
This site will tell you about “Catherland” and keep you informed of what’s happening in the “world of Willa Cather.”