Ted Genoways, editor of The Virginia Quarterly Review discusses the latest issue of the Virginia Quarterly Review– a special focus on North Africa. To get a feel for the topic, VQR has made the entirety of Marco Vernaschi‘s The Cocaine Coast available. The issue is n ow available at local bookstores.
Ted Genoways, Editor, of the Virginia Quarterly Review joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss the latest issue of the publication.
Ted Genoways has recently been on sabbatacial from the Virginia Quarterly Review to write a book about Walt Whitman’s life from 1860 to 1882. Walt Whitman and the Civil War: America’s Poet during the Lost Years of 1860-1862 will be published by in July 2009 by the University of California Press. Ted was a guest on the January 7, 2009 edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” with Coy Barefoot. They also discussed the upcoming issue of the Virginia Quarterly Review.
Ted Genoways, the editor of the award-winning Virginia Quarterly Review, joins Coy Barefoot to talk about the Summer 2008 issue. According to Genoways, “all of the pieces deal with outsiders and outcasts, and we’ve called it ‘No Way Home.'” In this interview, Genoways highlights the contributions of Natasha Tretheway, Tom Sleigh, and Dimiter Kenarov.