Autumn 2018: In this issue

Autumn 2018 cover

Vol. 68, No. 3

Every Word Belongs

by Bill Wyckoff

The Ivan Doig Symposium at Montana State University

by Susan Kollin

Ivan Clark Doig and His Literary Works, 1939–2015

by Jodi Rasker and Jan Zauha

Creating “An In-Between Thing”

The United States Forest Service and Ivan Doig’s Two Medicine Country
by Matt Fockler

Writer as Labor Historian

The Changing World of Work in Ivan Doig’s Montana Books
by Nancy Cook

Home Ground and Kin

Ivan Doig’s Montana
by Jill (Ramaker) Mackin

Born to Be Published

Ivan Doig and Taylor Gordon
by Laura Ferguson

On Writing and Writers

A Conversation between Carol Doig and Lois Welch
edited and with an introduction by Mary Murphy

Savvying the Rhythms

Editing Ivan
by Rebecca Saletan

The Ivan Doig Archive at Montana State University

by Hannah McKelvey, Jan Zauha, and Jason Clark

On the Cover

Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front, historically referred to as the East Front Range, rises abruptly out of the northern plains and forms the eastern edge of the Continental Divide. This photograph of Old Man of the Hills was taken by East Glacier photographer Tony Bynum, a member of Oregon’s Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and an international photojournalist known for his stunning landscape, wildlife, and outdoor lifestyle photography. Bynum holds a Master of Science in Resource Management and is currently president of the board of directors of the Professional Outdoor Media Association. Artist James G. Todd Jr. created the wood engraving of Ivan Doig on the back cover (1988, woodcut, 3" x 4") as part of a series of etchings featuring famous Montana authors, including Richard Hugo, Norman Maclean, James Welch, and C. M. Russell. A member of several wood engravers’ and printmakers’ guilds, Todd is Professor Emeritus of Humanities and Art at the University of Montana in Missoula.

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