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VQR Wins Big at Ellies

PUBLISHED: May 10, 2006

The National Magazine Awards ceremony at Lincoln Center has wrapped up, Virginia Quarterly Review has collected the big enchilada—the General Excellence Award—and the Fiction award. The former recognizes Virginia Quarterly Review as the single best publication with a circulation of under 100,000, while the latter recognizes the Fall 2005 issue, specifically “Peacekeeper,” by Alan Heathcock, “Smother,” by Joyce Carol Oates, and “Ina Grove,” by R.T. Smith.

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