April 4, 2012
Editor of 'Virginia Quarterly Review' Is Stepping Down
[Updated (4/4/2012, 11:18 a.m.) with comment from Mr. Genoways.]
Nearly two years after the managing editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review killed himself following complaints he made about his boss, Ted Genoways, Mr. Genoways has announced that he is stepping down as editor of the award-winning literary journal.
Mr. Genoways has been at the helm at VQR for nine years. The University of Virginia, which operates the magazine, said in a
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