Country Living Moves to Alabama, Hires New Editor-In-Chief

Country Living Moves to Alabama, Hires New Editor-In-Chief

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 15, 2013

Hearst has announced that Sarah Gray Miller is leaving Country Living, and the new Editor-In-Chief will be Rachel Hardage Barrett of Southern Living. The magazine will also be relocating to Birmingham, Alabama, where Southern Living (and Barrett) is currently located. Barrett has also worked at Real Simple and Glamour.

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