Deriving from the German weben—to weave—weber  translates into the literal and figurative "weaver" of textiles and texts. Weber are the artisans of textures and discourse, the artists of the beautiful fabricating the warp and weft of language into everchanging patterns. Weber, the journal, understands itself as a peer-reviewed regional and international tapestry of verbal and visual texts, a weave made from the threads of words and images.

Through print and web-based distribution, we reach approximately 70,000 subscribers and readers annually--both domestic and international. Our journal is included in numerous major library collections in the United States and abroad, and is listed in several important scholarly indexes. We are also included in all major online writers' resource collections, including Duotrope and NewPages listings.