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James Cubby named new editor of Wire Magazine

South Beach writer James Cubby, author of South Beach Star, has been named editor of Wire Magazine, succeeding Thomas Barker.

From The Wire:

jamescubbyphotowiremagazine James Cubby is a seasoned editor, writer and photographer with extensive publishing experience who has decided to come full circle in his career and once again become part of the team publishing Wire Magazine every week. As a former editor of Wire Magazine, and a long time Miami Beach resident, Cubby will be a great addition to help us implement a plethora of new Wire Media Group print, online, and event initiatives in 2012.

Cubby’s work has been published in Wire Magazine, Ocean Drive, D’Vox, Genre, SKIN, Contemporary Woman, Scoop, Groove, Fashion Times, Miami Metro, Where Magazine, LRM (Lincoln Road Magazine), SunPost, Closer Magazine, MAP, Public Magazine, Ego Trip Magazine, Miamigo, and the Miami Herald, as well as websites such as cooljunkie.com and MiamiStar.com.

Click here to read more about Cubby's new role at Wire Magazine.

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Nice hat, man. Wire Magazine is amazing. Thanks for doing this.

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