Concho River Review

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Concho River Review
Literature from Texas and Beyond
General Editor Erin Ashworth-King
Former editors Terry Dalrymple (founder)
Jim Moore
Mary Ellen Hartje
Categories Creative writing
Poetry
Non-ficion
Fiction
Frequency Biannual
Publisher Angelo State University
Department of English and Modern Languages
Founder Terry Dalrymple
Year founded 1987 (age 27)
Country United States
Based in San Angelo
Language English
Website http://www.angelo.edu/dept/english_modern_languages/concho_river_review.php/
ISSN 1048-9568
OCLC number 17446948

Concho River Review is an American literary magazine based in San Angelo, Texas.[1] The magazine was founded by Terry Dalrymple in 1987[2][3] and publishes short stories, poetry, creative non-fiction, interviews, and book reviews by or about Southwestern authors and about Southwestern themes.

Masthead[edit]

  • General Editor: Erin Ashworth-King
  • Fiction Editor: Andrew Geyer
  • Nonfiction Editor: Carol Reposa
  • Poetry Editor: Jerry Bradley
  • Book Review Editor: R. Mark Jackson

Notable contributors[edit]

Interviews[edit]

A regular component of the fall issue is an interview with the featured writer at the Angelo State University Writers Conference, held in late February. CRR has published interviews with featured writers since the conference's inception in 1996. Authors interviewed include Naomi Shihab Nye, Peter Hedges, Gordon Weaver, Tim O'Brien, Tobias Wolff, Luis Valdez, Terrance Hayes, Mary Karr, and Leslie Marmon Silko. The Spring 2013 issue also features an interview with 2102 Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Concho River Review Announces Special Issue
  2. ^ Dallas Morning News, Nov 15, 1987,
  3. ^ Austin American-Statesman, August 23, 1992

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