Who says print is dead? At tonight’s National Magazine Awards gala, held at Frederick P. Rose Hall at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan, Print nabbed its second consecutive award for general excellence in the under-100,000 circulation category, besting such esteemed fellow finalists as Aperture and The Virginia Quarterly Review. Print was singled out for its February, April, and October issues produced under former editor-in-chief Joyce Rutter Kaye. This “Ellie,” named for the elephantine Alexander Calder-designed award statuette, is the graphic design magazine’s fifth. Before its recent back-to-back wins, Print previously won for general excellence in 2005, 2002, and 1994.
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