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November 17, 2009
27 Excerpt Editor’s Note—This is part two of a four-part series [1, 2, 3, 4] on the November 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Police gathered outside the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower (Priyam Dhar). III. “It’s Do or Die” November 26, 2008. Late Night. Narima ...
http://www.narrativemedicine.org/rounds.html Boast and Jamison have both written about pain for VQR. Read Boast’s essay, “Pain,” from our ...
May 14, 2009
3 Excerpt Inside Higher Ed is reporting that New England Review is now on the chopping block. The Middlebury College Budget Oversight Committee initially announced “that effective June 30, 2009, the College will end its relationship with the New England R ...
May 21, 2008
2 Excerpt Should lit mags be “a preserve for the elite”? Howard Junker thinks so. In a recent interview, Howard Junker, editor of Zyzzyva, had this to say about VQR and the role of lit mags: The VQR, the old Virginia Quarterly Review, which I remember in ...
January 20, 2010
4 Excerpt Endorsing Portnoy’s penis as a guide post for literary sex is like saying guys these days should act more like Don Draper. At the end of Katie Roiphe’s valentine to the Roth and Updike-branded era of aggressive males writing aggressively about s ...
February 14, 2006
on the subject at Slate.com. “The Accidental Shootist” steers a middle ground between both sides of the debate ...
February 15, 2006
of the identity Equiano took on. —Pablo Julián Davis » Order this book from: Amazon.com | BookSense.com ... | B&N.com | Powells.com Ordering from one of the links above supports VQR and its mission.--> Old ...
content director at Byliner.com, Brigid Hughes, founding editor of A Public Space of Graywolf Press, ...
March 25, 2010
4 Excerpt Releasing an e-book as a stand alone application is a lousy new trend. It’s bad for authors, it’s bad for publishers, and it’s bad for customers. Publishers are looking to create stand-alone e-book applications for the iPad. Rather than simply c ...
December 30, 2008
3 Excerpt Inspiration comes from the unlikeliest of places. There are moments in life when none of us—no matter how much we read or write in our regular lives—are particularly looking to be inspired by language. Standing in line at airport security during ...

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