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forthcoming in the Virginia Quarterly Review, Poetry International,
Kaveh Bassiri's translations received a 2019 NEA fellowship and can be found in the Virginia Quarterly Review, Guernica, Colorado Review, and Massachusetts Review.
Roxane Gay's writing appears in Best American Mystery Stories 2014, Best American Short Stories 2012, Best Sex Writing 2012, A Public Space, McSweeney's, Tin House, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many others.
Peede's previous positions include publisher of the Virginia Quarterly Review at the University of Virginia, literature grants director at the NEA, counselor to NEA Chairman Dana Gioia, director of the NEA Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience program, director of the NEA Big Read program, director of communications at Millsaps College, and editor at Mercer University Press.
He wrote and published multiple essays from the vantage point of an Irishman in the United States, while on fellowship at Harvard; Kent includes several from journals such as The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Commonweal, and The American Mercury.
Magazine credits include Virginia Quarterly Review, Confrontation, Gargoyle, and Volt.
Seating Arrangements is her first novel but she has written short fiction for publications such as The Virginia Quarterly Review, American Short Fiction, Glimmer Train and The Mississippi Review.
"Song of Sanity." Virginia Quarterly Review 88 (Spring 2012), 7-12.
His essays on poetry and art have appeared in The Threepenny Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, and previously in Southwest Review.
THE SOURCE: "India's Vanishing Vultures" by Meera Subramanian, in Virginia Quarterly Review, Spring 2011.
Selections are from such journals as The Virginia Quarterly Review, Pacific Historical Review, Foreign Affairs, and World Policy Journal; and from books by Henry Kissinger, Walter A.
TOM BISSELL, A CONTRIBUTING EDITOR FOR Harper's Magazine and the Virginia Quarterly Review, begins his new book with an admission of guilt.
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