Va. Quarterly Review, founded in 1925, makes Library of Congress director its 1st black editor

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A top literary journal founded in 1925 has hired a Library of Congress director to be its new editor.

The Virginia Quarterly Review announced Wednesday that W. Ralph Eubanks will take over as editor, effective June 3....

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