Tagged: oxford american

Eliza Borné Named New Editor at Oxford American

by Mark Carter 11/2/2015 12:00 am

Eliza Borné replaces Roger Hodge, who left in June for a job at The Intercept and is still listed as editor-at-large on the OA masthead.

Oxford American Offers Memberships

by Sean Beherec 6/15/2015 12:00 am

The magazine, which focuses on Southern culture, literature and music, announced the tiered memberships earlier this month. The benefits from taking part in the memberships vary based on the contribution.

Texas Tourism Turns Down Oxford American

by 10/6/2014 12:00 am

When Oxford American first started focusing its music issues on Southern states, the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism funded the issue’s accompanying CD in an advertising partnership valued at $33,000.

Innovation Hub Director Warwick Sabin Talks Central Arkansas Entrepreneurship

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/13/2014 12:00 am

Sabin is director of the newly formed Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, a nonprofit organization that plans to open the entrepreneurship-focused Argenta Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock.

Oxford American Publisher Warwick Sabin to Lead Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub

by Mark Carter 8/15/2013 2:23 pm

Warwick Sabin, publisher of the Oxford American magazine, says he has been named executive director of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, a new nonprofit that's developing the Argenta Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock.

Anita Davis Serves as One-Woman Economic Development Agency, Brings Vision to South Main

by Jan Cottingham 8/12/2013 12:00 am

The vision embraced by developer Anita Davis, along with some hefty injections of cash, has brought new vitality to Little Rock’s SoMa neighborhood. Now all kinds of people are interested in the magic that she and others have brought to the area.

Publisher and Politician Warwick Sabin Stays on the Issues

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/17/2013 12:00 am

In his first term as District 33 representative, Warwick Sabin was part of not only one of the longest General Assembly sessions in state history but also one of the most challenging. Plus, Sabin continued to serve as publisher of the Oxford American literary magazine.