The spring edition of Angelo State University’s literary journal, the Concho River Review, is now available to the public.

Published twice a year (spring and fall) by the ASU Department of English and Modern Languages, the Concho River Review (CRR)  includes more than 150 pages of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and book reviews. The spring issue can be purchased for $10 per copy or readers can get both the 2015 spring and fall issues for the annual subscription price of $17.

The spring 2015 issue of CRR features fiction by Larisa Harriger, Tayler Rodgers, Donald Mace Williams and Charles Wyatt; nonfiction by Katherine Lien Chariott, Vivian Witkind Davis, Roger Real Drouin, Gaynell Gavin and Donley Wyatt; poetry by, among others, Barbara Astor, Julie Chappell, Robert Cooperman, C.S. Fuqua, Peter Ludwin, Robert Parham, Ciara Shuttleworth, H.F. Stein, Larry D. Thomas, Meredith Trede and Matthew Woodman; plus 10 book reviews.

Edited by Dr. R. Mark Jackson, the literary journal was founded in 1987 by Dr. Terry Dalrymple. Both are members of the ASU English faculty.

For more information or to purchase copies of the Concho River Review, go online to