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ASME Announces Finalists for 2010 National Magazine Awards

ellie_3.10.10.jpgASME, the American Society of Magazine Editors, has announced the finalists for this year’s National Magazine Awards.

51 magazines were nominated this year in 23 categories. Among the 20 magazines with multiple nominations are New York and The New Yorker, which lead with 10 each nominations each, and National Geographic with seven. This year also marks the first nomination for eight different titles.

Full list of categories and nominees can be found after the jump. For a list of this year’s Digital Ellies nominees, also presented by ASME, click here.


General Excellence, Print

Under 100,000 Circulation

Aperture
Melissa Harris, Editor-in-Chief
For Spring, Fall, Winter Issues

Architect
Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief
For March, April, June Issues

Military History
*Michael Robbins, Editor
For February/March, August/September, December 2009/January 2010 Issues

The Paris Review
Philip Gourevitch, Editor
For Summer, Fall, Winter Issues

San Francisco
Bruce Kelley, Editor-in-Chief
For April, August, December Issues

100,000 to 250,000 Circulation

Foreign Policy
Moises Naim, Editor-in-Chief
For May/June, July/August, September/October Issues

Garden & Gun
Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief
For February/March, August/September, December 2009/January 2010 Issues

Martha Stewart Weddings
Darcy Miller, Editorial Director; Vanessa Holden, Editor-in-Chief
For Spring, Summer, Fall Issues

Mother Jones
Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffery, Editors
For July/August, September/October, November/December Issues

Paste
Josh Jackson, Editor-in-Chief
For February, March/April, July Issues

250,000 to 500,000 Circulation

The Atlantic
James Bennet, Editor
For March, June, December Issues

Audubon
David Seideman, Editor-in-Chief
For March/April, October, November/December Issues

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For April 20, October 5, October 26 Issues

Texas Monthly
Evan Smith, President and Editor-in-Chief; Jake Silverstein, Editor
For September Issue
Jake Silverstein, Editor
For November, December Issues

W
Patrick McCarthy, Chairman and Editorial Director
For February, March, September Issues

500,000 to 1 Million Circulation

The Economist
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief
For June 27, December 5, December 19 Issues

Esquire
David Granger , Editor-in-Chief
For March, May, September Issues

Food Network Magazine
Maile Carpenter, Editor-in-Chief
For October, November, December Issues

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For June, September, November Issues

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
For May, August, November Issues

1 million to 2 Million Circulation

Field & Stream
Anthony Licata, Editor
For June, October, December 2009/January 2010 Issues

Men’s Health
David Zinczenko, Editor-in-Chief
For September, October, December Issues

More
Lesley Jane Seymour, Editor-in-Chief
For September, October, November Issues

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For June 1, September 7, October 26 Issues

Teen Vogue
Amy Astley, Editor-in-Chief
For August, September, October Issues

Over 2 Million Circulation

ESPN The Magazine
For March 23, October 19, December 14 Issues
Gary Hoenig, General Manager and Editorial Director; Gary Belsky, Editor-in-Chief

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For May, September, December Issues

Real Simple
Kristin van Ogtrop, Managing Editor
For October, November, December Issues

Sports Illustrated
Terry McDonell, Editor
For February 16, May 18, December 7 Issues

Time
Richard Stengel, Managing Editor
For June 29, August 17, October 5 Issues

Design, Print

Esquire
David Granger, Editor-in-Chief
For February, March, September Issues

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For February, June, July Issues

Martha Stewart Living
Martha Stewart, Founder; Gael Towey, Chief Creative Officer; Eric A. Pike, Editorial and Creative Director; Michael Boodro, Editor-in-Chief
For February Issue
Martha Stewart, Founder; Gael Towey, Chief Creative Officer; Eric A. Pike, Editorial and Creative Director
For October, December 2009 Issues

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For March 2, August 24, October 12 Issues

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
For March, May, August Issues

Photography, Print

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For May, July, December Issues

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For June, October, December Issues

The New York Times Magazine
Gerald Marzorati, Editor
For February 8, January 18, October 18 Issues

Vanity Fair
Graydon Carter, Editor
For March, September, November Issues

Vogue
Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief
For May, September, December Issues

Photojournalism

Foreign Policy
Moises Naim, Editor-in-Chief
For “The Land of No Smiles,” photographs by Tomas van Houtryve
May/June

National Geographic
For “The Other Tibet,” by Matthew Teague; photographs by Carolyn Drake
December

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For “Shattered Somalia,” by Robert Draper; photographs by Pascal Maitre
May

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For “Rose’s Last Turn,” by Boris Kachka; photographs by Gillian Laub
February 2

Virginia Quarterly Review
Ted Genoways, Editor
For “The Young Mothers of Port-au-Prince,” by Ruxandra Guidi; photographs by Bear Guerra
Summer

Photo Portfolio

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For “The Hadza,” by Michael Finkel; photographs by Martin Schoeller
December 2009

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For “Exquisite Circus,” photographs by Marcus Bleasdale
August 24

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “Portraits of Power,” photographs by Platon
December 7

Out
Aaron Hicklin, Editor-in-Chief
For “Out 100: The Class of 2009,” photographs by Jason Bell
December 2009/January 2010

W
Patrick McCarthy, Chairman and Editorial Director
For “Art and Commerce,” photographs by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
October 2009

Single-Topic Issue

ESPN The Magazine
Gary Hoenig, General Manager and Editorial Director; Gary Belsky, Editor-in-Chief
For The Body Issue
October 19

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For Fall Fashion
August 24

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For The Food Issue
November 23

W
Patrick McCarthy, Chairman and Editorial Director
For The Fourth Annual Art Issue
November

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
For The Mystery Issue
May

Magazine Section

Esquire
David Granger, Editor-in-Chief
For Man at His Best
May, September, November

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For Intelligence
September, October, November

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For Manual
March, October, November

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For Strategist
April 20, May 25, October 26

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
For Start
February, June, December

Personal Service

5280
Dan Brogan, Editor and Publisher
For “Low on O2,” by Lindsey B. Koehler and Natasha Gardner
October

Men’s Health
David Zinczenko, Editor-in-Chief
For “Dead Man Driving,” by Oliver Broudy; photographs by Eric Ogden
December

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For “For and Against Foreskin,” by Michael Idov
October 26

Parents
Dana Points, Editor-in-Chief
For a three­-part series by Meryl Davids Landau
“So Long, Cigarettes!” February; “You Can Do It!” March; “Breathe Easy,” April

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
For “How to Behave”
August

Leisure Interests

Esquire
David Granger, Editor-in-Chief
For “Esquire’s All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast”
March

Field & Stream
Anthony Licata, Editor
For “America’s Meat”
December 2009/January 2010

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For “The Great New York Neoclassical Neapolitan Pizza Revolution,” by Bob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld with Michael Idov and Christine Whitney
July 20-27

Texas Monthly
Evan Smith, President and Editor-in-Chief; Jake Silverstein, Editor
For “The 50 Greatest Hamburgers in Texas,” by Patricia Sharpe and Jake Silverstein
August

Texas Monthly
Jake Silverstein, Editor
For “Step Right Up,” by John Spong
December

Public Interest

The Boston Review
Deborah Chasman and Joshua Cohen, Editors
For “A Death in Texas,” by Tom Barry
November/December

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For “Scraping Bottom,” by Robert Kunzig
March

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “The Cost Conundrum,” by Atul Gawande
June 1

San Francisco
Bruce Kelley, Editor-in-Chief
For “War of Values,” by Danielle Morton
December

Technology Review
Jason Pontin, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher
For “Dissent Made Safer,” by David Talbot
June

Reporting

The Boston Globe Magazine
Susanne Althoff, Editor
For a two-part series by Neil Swidey
“Trapped,” August 9; “The Way Out,” August 16

The New York Times Magazine
Gerald Marzorati, Editor
For “The Deadly Choices at Memorial,” by Sheri Fink
August 30

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “Eight Days,” by James B. Stewart
September 21

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “Trial by Fire,” by David Grann
September 7

Vanity Fair
Graydon Carter, Editor
For a three-part series
“Madoff’s World,” by Mark Seal, April; “Hello, Madoff!” by Mark Seal and Eleanor Squillari, June; “Ruth’s World,” by Mark Seal, September

Feature Writing

Esquire
David Granger, Editor-in-Chief
For “The Last Abortion Doctor,” by John H. Richardson
September

The New York Times Magazine
Gerald Marzorati, Editor
For “The Holy Grail of the Unconscious,” by Sara Corbett
September 20

Texas Monthly
Evan Smith, President and Editor-in-Chief; Jake Silverstein, Editor
For “Still Life,” by Skip Hollandsworth
May

Vanity Fair
Graydon Carter, Editor
For “Wall Street on the Tundra,” by Michael Lewis
April

Wired
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
“Vanish,” by Evan Ratliff
December

Profile Writing

Esquire
David Granger, Editor-in-Chief
For “The Man Who Never Was,” by Mike Sager
May

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
For “A Nonfiction Marriage,” by Jonathan Van Meter
May 4

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “Man of Extremes,” by Dana Goodyear
October 26

Vanity Fair
Graydon Carter, Editor
For “The Man in the Rockefeller Suit,” by Mark Seal
January

Vanity Fair
Graydon Carter, Editor
For “Marc Dreier’s Crime of Destiny,” by Brian Burrough
November

Essays

National Geographic
Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief
For “Top Ten State Fair Joys,” by Garrison Keillor
July

The New York Times Magazine
Gerald Marzorati, Editor
For “A Journey Through Darkness,” by Daphne Merkin
May 10

The New York Times Magazine
Gerald Marzorati, Editor
For “Out of the Kitchen, Onto the Couch,” by Michael Pollan
August 2

Orion
H. Emerson Blake, Editor-in-Chief
For “Out West,” by Joe Wilkins
September/October

Sports Illustrated
Terry McDonell, Editor
For “And Yet . . . ,” by Mitch Albom
January 12

Columns and Commentary

The Atlantic
James Bennet, Editor
For three columns by Megan McArdle
“Sink and Swim,” June; “Misleading Indicator,” November; “Lead Us Not Into Debt,” December

The Economist
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief
For three “Obituary” columns by Ann Wroe
“Danny La Rue,” June 13; “Benson,” August 15; “William Safire,” October 3

Newsweek
Jon Meacham, Editor
For three columns by Fareed Zakaria
“Obama’s Vietnam,” February 9; “The Way Out of Afghanistan,” September 21; “Theocracy and Its Discontents,” June 29

Popular Science
Mark Jannot, Editor-in-Chief
For three “Gray Matter” columns by Theodore Gray
“The Other White Heat.” May; “Gone in a Flash,” September; “Flash Bang,” October

Travel + Leisure
Nancy Novogrod, Editor-in-Chief
For three columns by Peter Jon Lindberg
“In Defense of Tourism,” January; “Unhappy to Serve You,” September; “Stop the Music!” November

Reviews and Criticism

GQ
Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief
For three reviews by Tom Carson
“The Great White Hype,” May; “One Glorious ‘Basterd,’” September; “There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute,” November

Harper’s Magazine
Roger D. Hodge, Editor
For two reviews by Jonathan Dee
“Suburban Ghetto,” April; “Motherless Children,” September

Los Angeles
Kit Rachlis, Editor-in-Chief
For two reviews by Steve Erickson: “The Next Frontier,” January; “War Games,” July
Mary Melton, Editor
For a review by Steve Erickson: “No Ordinary Fad,” September

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For three reviews by Elizabeth Kolbert
“Green Like Me,” August 31; “Flesh of Your Flesh,” November 9; “Hosed,” November 16

Paste
Josh Jackson, Editor-in-Chief
For three reviews by Rachael Maddux
“Cold Bore,” July; “Brandi, (You’re a Fine Girl),” September; “Just Peachy,” December 2009/January 2010

Fiction

The Antioch Review
Robert S. Fogarty, Editor
For “The Coat,” by Uwe Timm, translated by Robert C. Conard, Summer

McSweeney’s Quarterly
Dave Eggers, Editor
For “Memory Wall,” by Anthony Doerr, October 1; “Raw Water,” by Wells Tower, October 1; “Further Interpretations of Real-Life Events,” by Kevin Moffett, March 3

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “In the South,” by Salman Rushdie, May 18; “War Dances,” by Sherman Alexie, August 10 and 17; “Diary of an Interesting Year,” by Helen Simpson, December 21 and 28

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
For “A Tiny Feast,” by Chris Adrian, April 20; “The Tiger”s Wife,” by Tea Obreht, June 8 and 15; “Victory Lap,” by George Saunders, October 5

Virginia Quarterly Review
Ted Genoways, Editor
For “The Vanishing American,” by Leslie Parry, Fall; “Fauntleroy’s Ghost,” by Vinnie Wilhelm, Winter

Magazine of the Year

The Atlantic
James Bennet, Editor
TheAtlantic.com: Bob Cohn, Editorial Director
For March 2009; June 2009; December 2009 Issues

Fast Company
Robert Safian, Editor
FastCompany.com: Noah Robischon, Executive Editor
For February, July/August, December 2009/January 2010 Issues

Glamour
Cynthia Leive, Editor-in-Chief
Glamour.com: Ben Berentson, Online Development Director; Ann Sachs, Online Editorial Director
For April; September; November Issues

Men’s Health
David Zinczenko, Editor-in-Chief
MensHealth.com: William G. Phillips, Executive Editor
For September, October, December Issues

New York
Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief
NYMag.com: Kelly Maloni, Executive Editor; Ben Williams, Editorial Director
For April 20, October 5, October 26 Issues

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