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NPR's Debbie Elliott reports on the beloved Southern literary magazine that's lifting up its small town roots and finding a new home and new financial footing in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Oxford American almost disappeared for lack of money, until a Little Rock publishing company decided to bankroll the publication, on the condition it move to town.

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