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Thousands of FREE short stories and poems you can enjoy

Thousands of FREE short stories and poems you can enjoy

The internet is jam packed with information, entertainment and so much more. There are millions of websites dealing with pretty much every topic under the sun, and even the sun itself.

With so many sites to explore, pinpointing quality resources can be a struggle. That's why it's best to rely on sources that you trust. (Of course, that means Komando.com is your best destination for everything tech related.)

When you're in the mood to be entertained with some short stories or poems, give this cool site a try. The Oxford American (OA) website has thousands of free short stories and poems for you to enjoy.

If you're not familiar with OA, you're going to love it. It's described as, "A nonprofit, quarterly literary magazine dedicated to featuring the best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South."

The magazine was founded 25 years ago in Oxford, MS and is known for featuring original work by well-known authors. It's also known for publishing a large selection of photography and fine art in each issue. You'll find works from artists such as Thornton Dial, Sally Mann, Gordon Parks and many others.

The Oxford American has received multiple prizes, including The O. Henry Prize and The Pushcart Prize. If you want to have the magazine delivered to your home, you can subscribe for just $39 per year. Or, you can take advantage of its free content that is available online.

To get started, click on the link we've provided below inside the blue box. Or, simply click here and you'll be taken to the Oxford American home page, where you can select from multiple categories of entertaining content.

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