The Fall/Winter 2022 issue of Concho River Review (36.2) opens with an Editor’s Note letting readers know they have online access to the full proceedings of the 25th Angelo State University Writers Conference in Honor of Elmer Kelton through the Angelo State University digital archives. This includes a transcript of the interview with Naomi Shihab Nye, the featured writer. Also in this issue is a tribute by Drew Geyer to writer and “Master Craftsman” Clay Reynolds, who passed away April 2022; he was a constant supporter and regular contributor to the publication since its first issue in 1987. Contributors to this issue are David Denny, Marlene Olin, David Pratt, Clay Reynolds, Jim Sanderson, C. D. Albin, Jeffrey Alfier, Tobi Alfier, Roy Bentley, Jonathan Bracker, Matthew Brennan, Camille Carter, Robert Cooperman, Johanna DeMay, Paul Dickey, E. P. Fisher, Stephen Gibson, Garret Keizer, Gunilla T. Kester, Gordon Kippola, Ulf Kirchdorfer, Nicholas Kriefall, Richard Krohn, Russell Rowland, Michael Salcman, John Schneider, George Searles, Matthew J. Spireng, Eric Fisher Stone, Elizabeth Sylvia, David Vancil, Ken Wheatcroft-Pardue, Francine Witte, Gladys Haunton, Melissa Musick, D. E. Steward, and Christopher Thornton.
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