By Mary Beth Lineberry
We talk to the documentary photographer and VQR contributor about his coverage of the intense warfare in parts of Afghanistan.
The VQR contributor talks about "The Bombing at Bala Baluk," from our current issue, and about the effect that errant US airstrikes are having on the support of the Afghan population.
By Kate Ringo
A brief Q&A with the author of “An Elliptical Essay On Violence,” Falco's article about the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting in our current issue.
By Jacob Silverman
An interview with John Williams, the founder of online literary magazine The Second Pass.
The VQR contributor talks about his new essay on Liberia in the current issue of VQR.
By Aja Gabel
The VQR contributor talks about his essay about the return of the Axum obelisk to Ethiopia from Italy, featured in the current issue of the magazine.
By Carianne King
Anthony Ham on searching for nomadic elephants, writing travel guides, and trading work as a lawyer for the writing life.
An interview with the VQR contributor about her poetry-based coverage of women who live in endemic poverty in Troy, New York.
An interview with the regular VQR contributor about his coverage of tabloid journalists in Juárez who report on narco-murders.
An interview with the author of the short story "The Cowboy Tango," which appears in our current issue.