Tuesday, September 16, 2008

New Oxford American

Every year I enthuse about the music issue of the Oxford-American, but that's the next issue to come out. This issue, the one that I just picked up at the newstand today, is subtitled "3 Years After-New Orleans and the Gulf Coast-In Their Own Words".

I'm still reading this issue, this is one of those issues of a magazine that I know I'm going to keep and go back years from now to read, but I can tell you now that it is amazing. The stories are about people the went through Katrina, people that went back to the city, why the city matters, stories that will make you stop and think, stories that will make you cry.

I can't recommend this issue highly enough, if you want to know even what a tiny bit of what if felt like to go through Katrina, to come back to the city, pick up this issue.

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