Founded in 1992 in Oxford, Mississippi, Oxford American is an award-winning literary magazine "dedicated to featuring the best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South." Released quarterly in print, this magazine offers a number of web-only features. For instance, between April and December of 2017, the magazine will feature The By and By, a series of essays released twice a week, authored "by some of the South's most gifted and promising talents." Meanwhile, the weekly Eyes on the South series highlights the work of a variety of photographers. Other web features include "12 Things to do with a Just Picked Heirloom Tomato" by Ronni Lundy, the author of three cookbooks; a new song and accompanying short essay by Nashville musician William Taylor; and Kiese Laymon's forward to History Between the Folds: Personal Narratives by the Eleventh Grade at George Washington Carver High School, a collection of writings authored by high school juniors mentored by Laymon in New Orleans.