Weber (journal)

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Weber  
DisciplineLiterary journal
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
Publication history
1984 to present
Publisher
FrequencyBiannual
Standard abbreviations
Weber
Indexing
ISSN0891-8899
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Weber—The Contemporary West (formerly Weber Studies) is a leading American literary magazine, founded in 1984 and based at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. It focuses on the literature and culture of the American West.[1][2] Work that has been published in Weber Studies has received commendation by the O. Henry Prize.[citation needed]

The journal awards the O. Marvin Lewis Essay Award, Sherwin W. Howard Poetry Award and Neila C. Seshachari Fiction Award. The journal has featured interviews with notable writer including Barry Lopez, Carlos Fuentes, E. L. Doctorow and Robert Pinsky.

Notable contributors[edit]

Masthead[edit]

  • Editor—Michael Wutz
  • Associate Editors—Russell Burrows, Victoria Ramirez, Kathryn L. MacKay, Brad Roghaar
  • Managing Editors—Elizabeth Dohrer

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Weber Studies Will Appear 3 Times A Year," Deseret News Dec. 12, 1991
  2. ^ Weber's Big Gains in the Writing Game, Deseret News, Feb. 24, 191

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