Issue 106: Fall 2019
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The Fall 2019 issue of the Oxford American debuts a new look for the Magazine of the South. Featuring a new banner logo and updated cover design and a higher page count to accommodate more artwork and photography, the award-winning magazine was redesigned to create a more comfortable and enjoyable experience for readers.
Highlights include stories such as Boyce Upholt’s deeply reported feature on Louisiana’s Isle de Jean Charles band of the Biloxi Chitimacha-Choctaw Tribe; a suite of poems by Nathaniel Mackey; an exclusive excerpt from Van Jensen and Nate Powell’s graphic novel, Two Dead; and Kelundra Smith’s profile of Lucy Negro Redux, a ballet based on the poetry collection by Caroline Randall Williams, scored by Rhiannon Giddens and starring ballerina Kayla Rowser. In February, the Oxford American was a finalist for an ASME (American Society of Magazine Editors) Award for Fiction. The Fall 2019 issue includes short stories by contributing editor Kevin Brockmeier, along with first-time OA contributors Erin McGraw, Jami Attenberg, Sarah Curry, and Selena Anderson.
The Fall 2019 issue is on newsstands September 3, 2019. Reserve your copy today!
Subscriber copies will be mailed out August 20, 2019.
**Issues ordered before the newsstand date will be mailed as soon as possible, though we cannot guarantee delivery before September 3.**
Cover: “Untitled (Azalea)” (2012), by Curran Hatleberg