December 3, 2004
U. of Virginia Bucks a Trend With Reinvigorated Journal
REVAMPED REVIEW: In an era of university-press closures and near-death experiences for literary quarterlies, the University of Virginia has gone in the opposite direction. Far from slashing budgets or trimming staff, the university has chosen to reinvigorate its Virginia Quarterly Review over the past two years.
Founded in 1925, the self-proclaimed "national journal of literature and discussion" has undergone a high-profile makeover under its new editor, Ted Genoways. Mr. Genoways, 32,