Robert Stubblefield has published fiction and personal essays in Dreamers and Desperadoes: Contemporary Short Fiction of the American West, Best Stories of the American West, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Left Bank, The Clackamas Literary Review, Cascadia Times, Oregon Humanities, Oregon Salmon: Essays on the State of the Fish at the Turn of the Millennium, Open Spaces, basalt, Talking River Review, Southern Humanities Review, and High Desert Journal, among others. His awards include a Georges and Anne Borchardt Scholarship from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Fishtrap Fellowship, and Imnaha Writers’ Retreat Fellowship. Robert grew up in Eastern Oregon and now lives in Missoula, Montana, and teaches at the University of Montana.
William Kittredge (1932-2020)
William Kittredge is an award-winning author, influential teacher, and preeminent voice of the American West. Born, raised, and educated in Oregon, Kittredge has written and published for over fifty years. His work addresses the beauty and challenges, and the ultimate environmental impact, of large-scale agriculture and livestock production in a …