• Testimonials

    Publications, important professional connections, and new research interests and teaching ideas have grown from my participation in WLA.
    Jenny Emery-Davidson, 2008
    Taylor Award recipient 2000

Conference Ad and Book Exhibit Information

WESTERN LITERATURE ASSOCIATION
Annual Meetings

Each exhibit setup includes one 6′ draped table and 2 chairs. Exhibitors will also receive one complimentary conference registration for press staff.

Location: TBA.

Exhibit Hours

Thursday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday, 8:00 am – 11:30 am

Exhibit Set-Up

Wednesday, after 3:00 pm

or Thursday, prior to 8:00 am

Exhibit Dismantle

Saturday, after 12:00 pm

BOOK EXHIBIT: US$300.00 for the first table, $150 for each additional table.

SHIPPING BOOKS: 

TBA

******************************

If you wish to advertise in our conference program, please contact Sabine Barcatta at info@westernlit.org. Deadline for the finished pdf file: August 15, 2023.

All ads will be reproduced in black and white.

Program Ads:
Full-Page (7” x 9.5”) $350
Half-Page (3.5” x 9.5” [vertical] or 7.” x 4.5” [horizontal])
$200
Quarter-Page (3.5”w x 4.25”h)$150

For further information or to reserve space, please contact:

Sabine Barcatta
Director of Operations
435.757.6559
info@westernlit.org

  • Western Literature Association (WLA)

    Founded in 1965, the Western Literature Association (WLA) is a non-profit, scholarly association that promotes the study of the diverse literature and cultures of the North American West, past and present.

  • Western American Literature (WAL)

    (The Journal)

    Published by the Western Literature Association, Western American Literature is the leading journal in western American literary studies.

  • Black Lives Matter

    The Western Literature Association (WLA) is in solidarity with Black communities, after the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, and the ongoing pattern of systemic racism and injustice that targets black and brown bodies. ...http://www.westernlit.org/black-lives-matter/