A Western Harvest: The Gatherings of an Editor

Back to Top

A Western Harvest: The Gatherings of an Editor

Frances Ring


Lawrence Clark Powell, M.F.K Fisher, Norman Corwin, Robert Nathan, Anais Nin, William Saroyan, Wallace Stegner, Hildegarde Flanner, Carey McWilliams, Davis Dutton, Jack Smith, Larry L. Meyers…

Frances Ring recalls twelve of these western writers and re-presents many of their essays and poems, which she originally chose for publication in the magazine. Each piece, accompanied by a photograph of its author, contains a personal reflection on the working relationship between editor and writer.

Publication DateJune 1, 2007 ISBN: 9781932800296 Number of Pages 195
Author Biography
About the Author: Frances Ring's rich literary career has spanned half a century. She began in Hollywood as a personal assistant to F. Scott Fitzgerald, after which she became a story analyst for the motion picture industry, then a tape editor and a book reviewer. During the 1970's Ring was editor-in-chief of Westways magazine at a time when that journal was presenting the most exciting literary voices of the American West.
Reviews (0)


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “A Western Harvest: The Gatherings of an Editor”