Ted Genoways is the editor of The Virginia Quarterly Review, for which he received the National Magazine Award for General Excellence, and a contributing writer at Mother Jones. He is the author of two books of poetry and the editor of a half dozen other books of literature and history. His Pulitzer-supported project is an assignment for Outside magazine.
"The Scourge of AIDS in Africa," The Virginia Quarterly Review, Winter 2006
"Press Pass: Not Necessarily Reporting the News," Mother Jones, September/October 2007
"The Cheese Bomb Incident: Terror and the TSA," Mother Jones, November/December 2007
Click here to hear Ted Genoways interview about The Virginia Quarterly Review's special issue on South America in the 21st century, sponsored in part by the Pulitzer Center.