After their unexpected blockbuster of six nominations in last year's National Magazine Awards, the little magazine that could, the Virginia Quarterly Review, must bravely chin-up to accept their return to their 2005 level of nominations: a mere two. (They're up against the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in their circ category! We can't wait to see that tension at the awards dinner!) At least they beat out that monster-piece rag of the baby-loving set, Cookie, who were nominated just once. If Cookie wins, we're holding the magazine folks of this town hostage, and none of us might survive.