The Saturday Evening Post Gets (A Little Bit) Modern

In a recent article, BuzzFeed reported that “the venerable magazine is reinventing itself, while staying true to its Norman Rockwell heritage.”

… When editorial director Steven Slon joined The Saturday Evening Post, the most common reaction he got was, “I thought that was out of print.” It’s not—it’s been publishing under the same name since 1821. But it is reinventing itself, with new digital products and hopes of appealing to a (slightly) younger audience. It’s also continuing to spotlight fiction, and giving a group of writers—many of them female—their first major national attention. …

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