Camas Magazine cultivates a community of writers and artists dedicated to land health and cultural resilience in the American West.
Current Issue: Summer 2017
Nonfiction Chris Dombrowski: "My Grandmother's Zabuton" (p. 6) Sarah Capdeville: "Exposure" (p. 13) Emily Withnall: "How to Become an Intersectional Feminist" (p. 22) Michael Lehman: "Plymouth Rock Standing on its Head" (p. 30) Leath Tonino: "Thoughts After an Owl" (p. 38)
Fiction Gordon Brown: "Strix funus" (p. 26)
Poetry Charles Hayes: "Growing Up in Town" (p. 4) Shriram Sivaramakrishnan: "Five Ways of Destroying a Plastic Cup" (p. 11) Heather McElwain: "Why Gray Ghosts Haunt" (p. 19) Lauren Camp: "Blues for the Darling" (p. 25) Leah Angstman: "Miles from Standing Rock, tonight," (p. 35) Robert Rich: "Terrell Creek" (p. 37)
Art and Photography Rachel Cramer: Bison on the Move (cover) Nicholas Littman (inside cover) Garrett Cotham: Great Sand Dunes National Park (p. 2-3), Yuba River (p. 10), Stormclouds Over Great Sand Dunes (p. 20-21) Xanthe Miller: Detritus (p. 5) Katie Craney: Please Continue (p. 7), Feedback Loop (p. 18) Sophia Vernholm: Reach for the Sky (p. 12) Ser Anderson: The Shape of Things (p. 17) Jeffrey Gangwisch: repl (p. 24) John Chavers: Palm Collages (p. 27) Chad Hanson: Battle of the Bands (p. 29) Lydia Steenhoek: Look Out (p. 33) Robert Nowak (p. 35) Erin Castaldi: The Power in Subtlety (p. 36) Brian Michael Barbeito (p. 39) Ana Prundaru: Undoing (back cover)