Owen Wister Review
|Publisher||University of Wyoming|
The Owen Wister Review is the University of Wyoming's annual art and literature magazine produced through the Student Media department, which publishes creative non-fiction, poetry, fiction, and art. The editorial staff is made up entirely of undergraduate and graduate students. The journal was established in 1978 and named for Owen Wister, who set the first modern western novel, The Virginian, not far from Laramie, in the town of Medicine Bow.
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