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September 11, 2012
    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 gearing ...
March 3, 2009
Excerpt Their opposition to the Kindle 2 looks a lot like the recording industry’s opposition to downloadable audio. When Amazon unveiled the Kindle 2, the Authors Guild immediately raised the alarm that the device’s text-to-speech feature violated author ...
October 5, 2015
Excerpt When I talk to my students about living for compassion, they tend to be quite interested. But few of them have ever contemplated this sort of life before. Like the life of courage and the life of thought, the life of compassion seems to be recedin ...
July 7, 2010
poetry has appeared in publications such as the Christian Science Monitor, storySouth, and the Beloit ...
August 9, 2008
Excerpt By now making fun of hipsters is far too easy for anyone to bother, so the Canadian magazine Adbusters has taken things a step further. The current issue’s cover story, “ Hipsters: The Dead End of Western Civilization,” (over-)written by one Dougl ...
January 31, 2013
The following post by Anne Helen Petersen is part of our online companion to our  Winter 2013 issue on Classic Hollywood.  Click here for an overview of the issue. ——— We know what Hollywood publicity looks like today: proliferating gossip blog posts, pap ...
March 23, 2007
We were pleased to host Pauline Chen, one of our favorite VQR contributors, yesterday for her reading as part of the Virginia Festival of the Book. Pauline read to a packed audience at the UVA Bookstore and we hope to have a podcast of her reading up with ...
Excerpt In 1996, a then-unknown professor of biochemistry at Lehigh University, in Pennsylvania, published a book in which he claimed to be the author of a scientific discovery of the magnitude of those of Copernicus or Newton. Those of us in academia who ...
March 16, 2006
And Gawker.com huffed “What the f**k is The Virginia Quarterly Review? How did it end up with six finalists? Have ...
February 8, 2007
of Adam Gopnik’s new book Through the Children’s Gate. In a review (available in full at Powells.com ...

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