Winter 2015

Alison Stine on a forgotten folk-music genius Dimiter Kenarov and Boryana Katsarova on a Russian-language theater in occupied Crimea Kwame Dawes and Andre Lambertson on confronting HIV/AIDS and shame in Jamaica Ricardo Nuila on health care for undocumented immigrants Preston Lauterbach on Beale Street’s influence on Faulkner’s Sanctuary Liesl Schillinger on her midwestern Soviet childhood Thomas Chatterton Williams on race and modern identity Ishion Hutchinson talks with Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott Fiction by Charles Baxter, Tiffany Briere, Aaron Gwyn, and Amanda Korman Poetry by Mark Conway, Alexa Mergen, David Petruzelli, Kim Roberts, Nicholas Samaras, and Lisa Russ Spaar Criticism by John Domini and William Giraldi Amateur Hour by Joshua Foer Talisman by Andre Dubus III Mapping by Haisam Hussein Fine Distinctions by Gregory McNamee
Winter 2015

Volume 91, Number 1

Virginia Quarterly Review, Winter 2015 cover
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Table of contents

VQR Vault 
Editor's Desk 
Amateur Hour 

Contributor Profiles

Dimiter Kenarov is a freelance journalist based in Istanbul, Turkey, and a contributing editor at the Virginia Quarterly Review.

Liesl Schillinger is a New York-based critic, columnist, moderator, and translator.

Kwame Dawes is the author of numerous books of poetry, fiction, criticism, and essays, including Duppy Conqueror: New and Selected Poems (Copper Canyon, 2013). He has edited more than a dozen anthologies.

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