The Oxford American expands beyond print | Media | Arkansas news, politics, opinion, restaurants, music, movies and artClipped Fresh — By Christopher Spencer on November 9, 2011 at 3:19 am
The Oxford American, the 19-year-old “Southern Magazine of Good Writing” that has been published in Arkansas since 2002 and run under the auspices of the non-profit Oxford American Literary Project since 2004, has signed a five-year lease on the buildings at 1300 Main Street that formerly housed Juanita’s
The new space, which includes a stage, a bar, a restaurant kitchen and two large ground-floor rooms, will allow the Oxford American to broaden its reach, publisher Warwick Sabin said.
“I’m looking to continue to develop the Oxford American as more than just a magazine, to establish it as a cultural institution dedicated to preserving and perpetuating Southern culture in all its expressions.”
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