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66 Excerpt American coverage of the monstrous hostage-taking at Beslan’s School No. 1 in the Russian republic of North Ossetia and the ensuing controversy over President Vladimir Putin’s consolidation of power in ostensible response to the terrorist threa ...
January 22, 2013
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11 Excerpt November/December 2006 It was late at night, and Toni Kan and I were pissing into a stream next to the expressway in Lagos, Nigeria. Cars raced past, to and from the city. Most would make it to where they were going. A few would not. They would ...
December 2, 2009
2 Excerpt Alice Schroeder’s claim is being repeated by major media outlets around the world. But it seems awfully unlikely. Bloomberg ran a story by Alice Schroeder yesterday that just seems too good to be true: “I just wrote my first reference for a gun ...
February 23, 2010
3 Excerpt Made voiceless and infirm, Roger Ebert appears more prolific than ever, writing endlessly about his life, his politics, his passions, and more. Russ Meyer and a young Roger Ebert. Will Perkins / CC-BY If you haven’t read Chris Jones’ profile of ...
Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, Expulsion of Adam and Eve From the Garden of Eden, 1860.
3 Excerpt You borrow a book from a friend, knowing full well that you’ll never return it. You sleep with another friend’s spouse. You drink too much at a party, then drive home, merrily exceeding the speed limit. Updated Date Monday, January 5, 2015- 16:3 ...
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May 29, 2009
You can listen here: [podcast] http://www.vqronline.org/media/2009/binhdahn.mp3[/podcast] 3. NPR’s ...
September 4, 2012
10 Editor’s note:  After VQR’s Spring 2012 issue released, I received an e-mail response to  Willard Spiegelman’s essay, “Has Poetry Changed? ” from former National Geographic photojournalist and published poet William Childress. I asked him to elaborate ...
September 11, 2012
13     Mail Boxes by Gregory Jordan / Flickr   It’s September, which means most American literary journals have lurched back to life after a customary three-month summer bender, and many writers—especially those still tied to an academic calendar—are gear ...

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