West Branch Wired is a distinct extension of our thrice annual print magazine. Issues are released in October, February, and June of each year, slightly in advance of the corresponding print issues. Poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction are exclusive to WBW. Book reviews and columns run in both WBW and the print magazine.
West Branch is a thrice annual magazine of poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews. Founded in 1977 and housed at the Stadler Center for Poetry at Bucknell University, West Branch publishes a fall, winter, and spring/summer issue each year. West Branch is funded by Bucknell University and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. West Branch is printed and bound in the USA by McNaughton & Gunn, Inc., and distributed by Ingram Periodicals, Inc. ISSN: 0149-6441.
One-Year Subscription (3 issues): $10. Two-Year Subscription (6 issues): $16.
Institutions: $16 and $22.
G. C. Waldrep
Laura van den Berg, Jaquira Díaz, Carrie Messenger, Matthew Pitt, Bill Riley, Hasanthika Sirisena, Cam Terwilliger
Dan Beachy-Quick, Garth Greenwell, Shara Lessley, Sarah Kennedy, Matthew Ladd, Dana Levin, Dinty W. Moore, David St. John, Ron Tanner
Paula Closson Buck, Christopher Camuto, Shara McCallum, Deirdre O'Connor, Robert Rosenberg, Claire Vaye Watkins
Michael Henton, Sara Blair Matthews
Karl Patten, Robert Love Taylor (1977-2000)
Paula Closson Buck (2000-2011)
All published material is under first North American serial rights (for the print issue) or first Worldwide serial rights (for West Branch Wired). All rights revert to author upon publication. For reprinting any material published in the print magazine or West Branch Wired, permission must be obtained in writing. Authors republishing material that originally appeared in West Branch must give appropriate acknowledgement.
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