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Contributors Authors Ken Egan Jr. teaches literature and writing at Drury University. He has written Hope and Dread in Montana Literature (2003). Daniel Griesbach focuses his primary research on artists who have depicted migrant farmworkers in the United States, including photographer Dorothea Lange and novelists John Steinbeck, Raymond Barrio, and Helena María Viramontes. He has written essays on Steinbeck and an article for MELUS on US Hispanic folklore during the Great Depression. He lives and teaches in Seattle, Washington. Robert Thacker is a professor of Canadian Studies and an associate dean at St. Lawrence University. A past president of the Western Literature Association, he has served as Executive Secretary/Treasurer since 1999. Recent publications include Alice Munro: Writing Her Lives (2005) and, coedited with C. L. Higham, One West, Two Myths II: Essays on Comparison (2007). Elisa Warford teaches at Pepperdine University. Her research focuses on the ways fictional texts work rhetorically to create and manipulate identity, particularly in the works of western writers and those writing about politically marginalized groups, such as Sarah Winnemucca, Helen Hunt Jackson, and Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton. Artists Geoffrey James (b. 1942), a Welsh-born, Canadian-based photographer, is best known for his black-and-white panoramic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Western American Literature The Western Literature Association

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Western American Literature , Volume 44 (1) – Jun 15, 2009

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Authors Ken Egan Jr. teaches literature and writing at Drury University. He has written Hope and Dread in Montana Literature (2003). Daniel Griesbach focuses his primary research on artists who have depicted migrant farmworkers in the United States, including photographer Dorothea Lange and novelists John Steinbeck, Raymond Barrio, and Helena María Viramontes. He has written essays on Steinbeck and an article for MELUS on US Hispanic folklore during the Great Depression. He lives and teaches in Seattle, Washington. Robert Thacker is a professor of Canadian Studies and an associate dean at St. Lawrence University. A past president of the Western Literature Association, he has served as Executive Secretary/Treasurer since 1999. Recent publications include Alice Munro: Writing Her Lives (2005) and, coedited with C. L. Higham, One West, Two Myths II: Essays on Comparison (2007). Elisa Warford teaches at Pepperdine University. Her research focuses on the ways fictional texts work rhetorically to create and manipulate identity, particularly in the works of western writers and those writing about politically marginalized groups, such as Sarah Winnemucca, Helen Hunt Jackson, and Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton. Artists Geoffrey James (b. 1942), a Welsh-born, Canadian-based photographer, is best known for his black-and-white panoramic

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