Shenandoah is a literary journal published three times a year by Washington and Lee University in Lexington. Founded in 1950 by J. J. Donovan, D. C. G. Kerry, and Tom Wolfe, the journal
publishes fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. Although originally conceived as a forum for undergraduate
work, the magazine soon began to publish regional, national, and international writers, traditionally
featuring unknown authors alongside such literary heavyweights as James Dickey, Ezra Pound, e.e. cummings, W. . .
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