Thursday, March 20, 2008

U.S. National Magazine Awards nominees announced

The American Society of Magazine Editors have announced the nominees for its Ellies awards, so named after the elephant sculpture by Alexander Calder that winning titles receive. According to an ASME release, there were a record-setting 1,964 entries from 333 print and online magazines and 25 winners out of 128 finalists will be announced on May 1 at a New York gala.
  • The New Yorker leads with a total of 12 nominations.
  • Twenty-six other titles received multiple nominations: New York (9), Vanity Fair (6), GQ (5), National Geographic (5), The Atlantic (3), Popular Mechanics (3), T, The New York Times Style Magazine (3), The Virginia Quarterly Review (3), Wired (3), Aperture (2), BusinessWeek (2), Domino (2), The Economist (2), Field & Stream (2), Good (2), Gourmet (2), Harper’s Magazine (2), Martha Stewart Living (2), Men’s Health (2), Mother Jones (2), The Nation (2), The New York Times Magazine (2), People (2), O, The Oprah Magazine (2), Slate (2) and W (2).
  • Twenty-two of the finalists are based in cities outside of New York (Athens, GA; Atlanta, GA; Boulder, CO; Charlottesville, VA; Chicago, IL; Decatur, GA; Denver, CO; Emmaus, PA; Kansas City, MO; Los Angeles, CA; Northampton, MA; Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; West Hollywood, CA).
  • First-time finalists include Babble, Bloomberg Markets, Budget Travel, Chow, Condé Nast Portfolio, Domino, Good, The New York Times Magazine, Paste, Play:The New York Times Sports Magazine, Radar, and T, The New York Times Style Magazine.
  • Several traditional print categories (Reporting, Public Interest, Feature Writing, Profile Writing, Essays, Reviews and Criticism, Columns and Commentary, and Fiction) were opened to include articles published online only.
Here is the expanded finalists' list, including title, editor, article and issue.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

The New Yorker desserves the nominatios. It would be nicer they will win =D

9:45 am  

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