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Volume 33 | Issue 2 | 2019
From "A Little Rain" (p. 10)
by David P. Langlinais
Early the third morning, the rain paused, and Luke followed his parents outside, each holding a mug steaming with coffee. The water had overtaken the citrus orchard and was nearing the patio. They assessed the bayou that stretched from where they stood clear across to the backdoor steps of the houses on the other side of the river, looking a mile wide, looking like a shipping channel and not a bayou that, normally, was hardly wide enough for a tugboat to push a barge laden with shell.
“I still say it ain’t nuttin’ but a little rain,” his father said, the denial still in his voice, but no longer sounding so certain anymore.
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Begun by novelist and short-story writer Dr. Terry Dalrymple in 1987, Concho River Review is a biannual literary journal published by the Department of English and Modern Languages at Angelo State University. Since its inception, CRR has prided itself on publishing some of the finest short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from both emerging and established authors. Although originally designed as a forum for Texas writers, over the years its reach and interests have extended well beyond Texas and the Southwest.