Warwick Sabin is a member of the Editorial Board of the Latin American Herald Tribune. Representative Sabin represents Little Rock in the Arkansas State House of Representatives. He is the Publisher of The Oxford American, an amazing magazine that covers the art, literature and culture of the South.
Warwick attended the University of Arkansas, where he served as President of the Young Democrats before being elected President of the student body. While there, he won a Harry S. Truman Scholarship and a Marshall Scholarship to Oxford University, where in addition to getting his M.A., he worked for U.S. Ambassador Philip Lader as a speechwriter.
Warwick Sabin has also trained under some other greats -- in addition to being inspired by Arkansas native Bill Clinton at Boys Nation (just as Bill Clinton was inspired by John Kennedy at Boys Nation), Warwick also worked for Henry Kissinger's consultancy Kissinger McLarty, and he was an editor of Foreign Affairs at the Council on Foreign Relations.
After graduating from Oxford, Warwick went to D.C., where he was press secretary for U.S. Representative Marion Berry. In 2002, he moved back to Little Rock to work for Bill Clinton as Director of Development for the Clinton Foundation. Two years later, Warwick became Associate Editor of the Arkansas Times, where he wrote cover stories and a weekly opinion column, and hosted a program on Arkansas public television called "Unconventional Wisdom". He has been running The Oxford American since 2008.