The future of history

I was none too pleased when the Forbes family turned American Heritage magazine into a Web-only semi-publication back in April, so I’m delighted to learn (via James Morris’ terrific newsletter The Biographer’s Craft) that a new investor has bought a majority stake in the magazine, and plans take it back to its roots as a serious-minded history magazine for a popular audience. You can read about it here and maybe even subscribe to show your support.

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  1. […] 1, 2008 American Heritage magazine, which looked like it was finally out of the woods when a new investor stepped in last year, is in trouble again: The magazine was rescued from death’s door by […]

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