Western American Literature 57:3

Western American Literature 57:3

Edited by Amy T. Hamilton

Table Of Contents

Volume 57, no. 3 (Fall 2022)
Fraught Prospects: California Landscape Poetry During and After the Gold Rush
Caroline Gelmi

Necro-Settler Coloniality in Texan Mythology and Identity: Forgetting the Alamo
Chaney Hill

“Theirs is a kind of ecological esthetics”: Three Mountain Poems by Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, and Philip Whalen
Todd Giles

Book Reviews
Lisa Tatonetti, Written by the Body: Gender Expansiveness and Indigenous Non-Cis Masculinities
Tereza M. Szeghi

Estella Gonzalez, Chola Salvation
Juan-Danniel Hernandez

Timothy W. Bintrim, James A. Jaap, and Kimberly Vanderlaan, editors. Willa Cather’s Pittsburgh: Cather Studies 13
Elizabeth Turner

Mary Clearman Blew, Waltzing Montana: A Novel
Randi Lynn Tanglen

Shannon Sullivan, editor. Thinking the US South: Contemporary Philosophy from Southern Perspectives
Cristina Hernández Oliver

John G. Neihardt, Eagle Voice Remembers: An Authentic Tale of the Old Sioux World
Sam Stoeltje

Steven Wingate, The Leave-Takers
Rebecca Paredes

Miriam C. Brown Spiers, Encountering the Sovereign Other: Indigenous Science Fiction
Sara L. Spurgeon

Oscar Mancinas. To Live and Die in El Valle
Sophia Martinez-Abbud

Mark Rifkin, Speaking for the People: Native Writing and the Question of Political Form
Caitlin Simmons

WLA Conference Information