Sunday, May 12, 2013

Saltscapes wins best cover, Progress best article at Atlantic Journalism Awards

Best cover
The Atlantic Journalism Awards were presented Saturday night in Halifax and among the magazine-related awards won were:
  • Atlantic Magazine Article: Marjorie Simmins – Progress Magazine – Halifax, NS - To the Manor Born.
  • Atlantic Magazine: Best Cover: Saltscapes Magazine – Bedford – Million Dollar Legs – January/February 2012.
  • Atlantic Magazine: Best Profile Article: John DeMont – Herald Magazine – Halifax – Graham Day.
  • Arts & Entertainment Reporting: Any Medium: Stephen Kimber – Atlantic Business Magazine – St. John’s, NL – Six Men, Two Dories and the North Atlantic.
Harry Bruce, a longtime freelance writer and contributor to many  Canadian magazines, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award. The new award can go on the mantel alongside his outstanding achievement award received from the National Magazine Awards and two silver NMAs in 1981 and 1983 for writing in the magazine Atlantic Insight. Bruce wrote for Maclean's, The Canadian and was managing editor of Saturday Night magazine and has written more than 20 books, including everything from a history of Atlantic ferries and a biography of Frank Sobey to an Illustrated History of Nova Scotia and collections of essays as well as a respected memoir Page Fright

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, but this won best cover? Can someone explain why? (I'm serious.)

1:03 pm  

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