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Established in 1925, the (Virginia Quarterly Review) is an award-winning journal committed to publishing excellence in contemporary literature, long-form journalism, and photojournalism for societal benefit. From its inception, VQR has been published at the University of Virginia, and its pages have been a haven and a home for the best essayists, fiction writers, poets, and critics from every section of the United States and abroad. No topic is off-limits: literature, the sciences, public affairs, the arts, history, and the economy are covered. From William Faulkner to Toni Morrison to Alice Munro, VQR has published more than 10 Nobel Laureates. Since 2000, it has been awarded more National Magazine Awards than any literary quarterly in the nation.
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Editors at Large
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