Their first (and apparently last) digital issue is the best thing I’ve read on my iPad. Whenever anyone asked me how capable an eReader the iPad was, I would show them VQR. This whole saga is disturbing and very sad.
via the New York Times:
Esteemed Literary Journal Closes Offices After Suicide
The award-winning literary journal The Virginia Quarterly Review has canceled its winter issue and closed its offices in the aftermath of the suicide last month of its managing editor and a subsequent investigation by the University of Virginia, which operates the journal.
According to his family, the editor, Kevin Morrissey, 52, had been the target of bullying by Ted Genoways, the journal’s top editor, who was on leave at the time of Mr. Morrissey’s death. Mr. Genoways has denied the accusations.