Setting the Stage for Justice: The Politics of Public Lands in the Contemporary US West, by Jennifer Ladino

Performing the Empty Archive: Feeling and Public Lands in the Bundy Case and Percival Everett’s Grand Canyon, Inc., by Meagan Meylor

Anthropocene Frontiers: The Place of Environment in Western Studies, by Sylvan Goldberg

“Land,” by Cheryll Glotfelty

“The Universe is Imaginative”: An Interview with David Robertson, by Helen Feder

The Culture of Arboretums, or My Adventures with Tree People, by Cheryll Glotfelty

 Up from the Ground: Living with/in Petrocultures in the US and Canadian Wests, by Jenny Kerber

“It had all become a natural condition”: California’s Garden Movement, Land Eugenics, and Naturalization in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Herland, by Paul Formisano

New Materialism, Ecomysticism, and the Resolution of Paradox in Edward Abbey, by Dave Tagnani

 “August on Sourdough”: An Archival View of Gary Snyder’s Intercultural Poetics, by Andrew Hageman

“A New American Adam?”: White Western Masculinity and American Indians in Dan O’Brien’s Buffalo for the Broken Heart: Restoring Life to a Black Hills Ranch, by Peter L. Bayers

Far from the Pastoral Myth: Basque Sheepherders in Contemporary Western American Fiction, by David Rio

“Nothing but land”: Women’s Narratives, Gardens, and the Settler-Colonial Imaginary in the US West and Australian Outback, by Tom Lynch

Writing against Wilderness: María Amparo Ruiz de Burton’s Elite Environmental Justice, by Karen L. Kilcup

The Dangers of Driving the Dalton: The Paradoxical Industrial and Environmental Aesthetics of Ice Road Truckers, by Jennifer Schell

The Fat Man on Snow Dome: Surprise and Sense of Place (or, Reading Laurie Ricou’s David Wagoner), by Nicholas Bradley

Unmapping Adventure: Sewing Resistance in Linda Hogan’s Solar Storms, by T. Christine Jespersen

Poetic Travelers: Figuring the Wild in Parkman, Fuller, and Kirkland, by Ken Egan Jr.

Searching for God or Medusa through Allusion in Abbey’s Desert Solitaire, by David D. Joplin

The Riddle of Ghost Towns in the Environmental Imagination, by Cheryll Glotfelty

The Radical Geography of Silko’s Almanac of the Dead, by Alex Hunt

 Deep Mapping the Great Plains: Surveying the Literary Cartography of Place, by Susan Naramore Maher

Desire of the Middle Ground: Opposition, Dialectics, And Dialogic Context in Gretel Ehrlich’s The Solace of Open Spaces, by Bonney MacDonald

Celebration and Irony: The Polyphonic Voice of Edward Abbey’s Desert Solitaire, by David Copland Morris

Et in Arcadia Ego: Pastoral Theory Meets Ecocriticism, by Glen A. Love