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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Oxford American unveils Spring 2014 issue

Posted By on Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 2:27 PM

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The Oxford American magazine has released the cover for their Spring 2014 issue, which will be on sale March 1. The issue features Steve Featherstone on a python hunting contest in the Everglades, Jamie Quatro on Flannery O'Connor's prayer journal, Rachel Monroe on the West, Texas, fertilizer plant explosion, and John T. Edge on the resurgence of potlikker, among many other things (poetry! photos of dogs!). 

There will be a release party on March 5 at the Oxford American Annex at 1300 Main Street, where you can "meet Oxford American editors and staff, mingle with friends of the magazine, and enjoy complimentary refreshments before Local Live at South on Main."

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