What is The Oxymoron?
The Oxymoron is satirical student magazine, described by its founder as "better than all publications and most charities".
Now in its third year (founded in 2007), it is printed once termly, with a print run of about 1000. In both 2008 and 2009 it was nominated for "Best Magazine" at the Guardian Student Media Awards.
It's a collaborative writing effort, and the names of the writers are not printed.======================
How do I write for it?
Send an email to email@example.com, saying that you'd like to write for it.
We're also looking for designers, web designers, business managermen, and women.
How do I get it?
The Oxymoron is delivered to subscribed JCR and MCRs across the land (mostly Oxford). Subscription, which funds the production of the magazine, costs £30 per college per term, for which you get 50 high-quality copies. Other rates available on request; for more details, prices and sample GM motions get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I advertise in it?
Send an email email@example.com saying that you'd like to advertise in it, and we'll send you back some prices. The magazine is 8 pages long, and printed on high-quality, full colour 240gsm paper. Your ad will stand out.
People will read it: it can plausibly claim to be the most-loved publication in Oxford, if not the country, with over 850 members on its Facebook page.
Any other enquiries, comments or suggestions...
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The average response time is eight minutes.