The Utne Independent Press Awards are a big deal, announced in its January/February issue; there is usually a tease at the end of the previous year, as there is this year with a number of Canadian titles in the finalists list: The Walrus (General Excellence, Best Writing, Best New Publication), Geez (Best New Publication), Maisonneuve (Best Writing, Best Design), Spacing (Best Design), Shameless (Lifestyle Coverage), Alberta Views (Social/Cultural Coverage), Sub-Terrain (Arts Coverage), Broken Pencil (Arts Coverage).
Tuesday, December 19, 2006
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