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Sarah Gray Miller is Country Living's New Editor


Friday, November 7, 2008


The Mississippi-born Miller, who won a National Magazine Award while founding editor-in-chief of the short-lived Budget Living (2002-2005), takes the Country Living helm one month after the dismissal of 1998-2008 predecessor Nancy Soriano. Miller joined Hearst Magazines in September 2007 as editor-in-chief of the quarterly O at Home, which, with her leaving, is being absorbed into O.

Miller becomes just the third editor in the 1.626 million circulation CL's 30-year history. Founding editor-in-chief (1978-1998) Rachel Newman now lives in Tuscany (Italy); Soriano's future plans have not been disclosed.

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After many years of loving Country Living magazine, I am extremely disappointed in the September issue (2010). Yes, it is less stuffy but it is a real disappointment in "touch". The pages are floppy (cheaper?), the large format is difficult to hold and turn pages easily, and the impression is that it is a copy of several other mags on the market. Not unique anymore. I will let my subscription run out and will not renew any more, I am that discouraged by the result.
Not a good effort at "change" in my opinion. I do realize that costs are increasing and readerships are becoming lessened, but this effort to copy others on the market is not pleasing.
Posted by Mary Lou Hamilton on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 @ 06:18 PM
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