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Eliza Borné is the editor of the Oxford American.
By Eliza Borné
In my household, this season brought a heavy cloud of darkness.
I visited twice in twenty-four hours, and the experience has been at the front of my mind in the weeks since, as we assembled the stories and art in this issue—which in its own way meanders through...
Farewell to Deputy Editor Maxwell George On Max’s last day at the Oxford American , we’re sharing ten highlights from his years with the magazine.
In "Sky Burial," published in the OA 's Fall 2014 issue, Alex Mar visits the Forensic Anthropology Center at San Marcos University (FACTS)—the largest of America's five body farms, where people...
Food for thought from the Oxford American When the pandemic upended our work and personal lives at the Oxford American, we were in various stages of launching a number of new digital...
An interview with the photographer Kathleen Robbins.
A heartbreaking deep soul classic by Atlanta’s Lee Moses almost became the third ’60s-era song called “Bad Girl” to grace an OA music issue CD.