'Virginia Quarterly' Gets Clean Bill of Health, Will Resume Publishing

The Virginia Quarterly, which has been on hold following the suicide of its managing editor, has had its review completed. The University of Virginia was looking into whether the magazine, and specifically, its editor, Ted Genoways, had played a role in the suicide. “After reviewing 23,000 emails and interviewing 25 current and former staff members, the report found that there were ‘no specific allegations of bullying or harassment.’” The report did claim there were incidents where Genoways was “not being courteous or respectful,” which, welcome to offices and magazines and the real world.