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National Magazine Awards
This article is about the American award. For the Canadian award, see Canadian National Magazine Awards.
The National Magazine Awards, also known as the Ellie Awards, honor print and digital publications that consistently demonstrate superior execution of editorial objectives, innovative techniques, noteworthy enterprise and imaginative design. Originally limited to print magazines, the awards now recognize magazine-quality journalism published in any medium. They are sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) in association with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and are administered by ASME in New York City. The awards have been presented annually since 1966.[1]
National Magazine Awards

Ellie Award
Awarded forExcellence in the magazine industry
Sponsored byAmerican Society of Magazine Editors in association with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
DateAnnual
LocationNew York City
CountryUnited States
Presented byAmerican Society of Magazine Editors
First awarded1966; 55 years ago
Website
www​.magazine​.org​/asme​/national-magazine-awards
The Ellie Awards are judged by magazine journalists and journalism educators selected by the administrators of the awards. More than 300 judges participate every year. Each judge is assigned to a judging group that averages 15 judges, including a judging leader. Each judging group chooses five finalists (seven in Reporting and Feature Writing); the same judging group selects one of the finalists to be the winner of the Ellie Award in that category. Judging results are subject to the approval of the National Magazine Awards Board, which is composed of current and former officers of ASME, the dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and veteran judges.
The current categories are:[2]
Finalists in each of the Ellie Award categories receive certificates of recognition. The winner in each category receives a reproduction of Alexander Calder's stabile "Elephant," the symbol of the awards since 1970. Among the notable changes for 2017 are the expansion of the Design and Photography categories to include digital entries and the suspension of the Fiction award.
Current categories
General Excellence
Honors print and digital magazines in several categories based on content and audience.
Businessweek received the first ever award in 1973. No award was given from 1974 through 1980. When General Excellence returned as a category in 1981, it was given to four magazines per year until 1998, when five magazines received General Excellence awards. Six magazines received awards in 2002. From 2003 to 2010, the award went to seven different magazines and in 2011, to eight. Since 2012, the award has gone to six magazines.
Starting 2016, it is defined into four groups: "News, Sports and Entertainment", "Service and Lifestyle", "Special Interest", "Literature, Science and Politics".
YearTitle
1973Businessweek
1981Glamour, Businessweek, Audubon, ARTnews
1982Science 81, Rocky Mountain, Newsweek, Camera Arts
1983Science 82, Louisiana Life, LIFE, Harper's Magazine
1984Outside, National Geographic, House & Garden, The American Lawyer
1985Manhattan, Inc., American Heritage, American Health, TIME
1986New England Monthly, Money, Discover, 3-2-1 Contact
1987People, New England Monthly, ELLE, Common Cause
1988The Sciences, Parents, Hippocrates, Fortune
1989Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, The Sciences, American Heritage
1990Metropolitan Home, 7 Days, Texas Monthly, Sports Illustrated
1991The New Republic, Interview, Glamour, Condé Nast Traveler
1992Texas Monthly, The New Republic, National Geographic, Mirabella
1993Newsweek, Lingua Franca, The Atlantic, American Photo
1994Health, Businessweek, Wired, Print
1995The New Yorker, Men's Journal, I.D., Entertainment Weekly
1996The Sciences, Civilization, Outside, Businessweek
1997I.D., Wired, Vanity Fair, Outside
1998Rolling Stone, Preservation, Outside, DoubleTake
1999Vanity Fair', I.D., Fast Company, Condé Nast Traveler
2000Saveur, The New Yorker, Nest, National Geographic
2001Teen People, The New Yorker, Mother Jones, The American Scholar
2002Vibe, Print, Newsweek, National Geographic Adventure, Entertainment Weekly
2003Texas Monthly, Parenting, Foreign Policy, ESPN The Magazine, The Atlantic, Architectural Record
2004Popular Science, Newsweek, Gourmet, Aperture, Budget Living, Chicago
2005Wired, The New Yorker, Print, Martha Stewart Weddings, Glamour, Dwell
2006The Virginia Quarterly Review, TIME, New York, Harper's Magazine, Esquire, ESPN The Magazine
2007Wired, Rolling Stone, New York, National Geographic, Foreign Policy, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
2008Print, The New Yorker, National Geographic, Mother Jones, GQ, Backpacker
2009Foreign Policy, Field & Stream, Wired, Texas Monthly, Reader's Digest
2010San Francisco, New York, National Geographic, Mother Jones', GQ, Men's Health
2011Women's Health, Scientific American, Garden & Gun, Poetry, New York, LA mag
2012Inc., House Beautiful, IEEE Spectrum, O, The Oprah Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek
2013The Paris Review, Martha Stewart Weddings, National Geographic, Vogue, Outside
2014New York, Poetry, Inc., Field & Stream, Bon Appétit, Sunset
2015Garden & Gun, Glamour, The Hollywood Reporter, Nautilus, The New Yorker, Men's Health
2016New York, Lucky Peach, The Hollywood Reporter, Oxford American
2017ESPN The Magazine, Bon Appétit, Modern Farmer, The Marshall Project
2018The New Yorker, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, San Francisco, Aperture
2019National Geographic, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Kazoo, Virginia Quarterly Review
Design
Previously known as Visual Excellence (1970-1979). Honors overall excellence in print magazine design. Merged with Photography in 2019.
YearTitle
1970Look
1971Vogue
1972Esquire
1973Horizon
1974Newsweek
1975Country Journal and National Lampoon
1976Horticulture
1977Rolling Stone
1978Architectural Digest
1979Audubon
1980GEO
1981Attenzione
1982Nautical Quarterly
1983New York
1984House & Garden
1985Forbes
1986TIME
1987ELLE
1988LIFE
1989Rolling Stone
1990Esquire
1991Condé Nast Traveler
1992Vanity Fair
1993Harper's Bazaar
1994Allure
1995Martha Stewart Living
1996Wired
1997I.D. Magazine
1998Entertainment Weekly
1999ESPN The Magazine
2000Fast Company
2001Nest
2002Details
2003Details
2004Esquire
2005Kids: Fun Stuff to Do Together
2006New York
2007New York
2008Wired
2009Wired
2010Wired
2011GQ
2012GQ
2013TIME
2014New York
2015New York
2016Wired
2017The California Sunday Magazine
2018GQ
Photography
Honors overall excellence in print magazine photography. Merged with Design in 2019.
YearMagazine
1985LIFE
1986Vogue
1987National Geographic
1988Rolling Stone
1989National Geographic
1990Texas Monthly
1991National Geographic
1992National Geographic
1993Harper's Bazaar
1994Martha Stewart Living
1995Rolling Stone
1996Saveur
1997National Geographic
1998W
1999Martha Stewart Living
2000Vanity Fair
2001National Geographic
2002Vanity Fair
2003Condé Nast Traveler
2004City
2005Gourmet
2006W
2007National Geographic
2008Gourmet
2009GQ
2010Vanity Fair
2011W
2012Vogue
2013National Geographic
2014Bon Appétit
2015National Geographic
2016The California Sunday Magazine
2017The California Sunday Magazine
2018W
Design and Photography
Merged from two former categories. Divided awards into "News and Opinion" - Honors the visual excellence of print and digital magazines covering politics, business, technology and entertainment. - and "Service and Lifestyle" - Honors the visual excellence of print and digital magazines covering fashion, food, travel and design.
YearMagazine(s)
2019Wired, GQ Style
Feature Photography
Previously known as Photo Portfolio/Photo Essay (2004-2006) and Photo Portfolio (2007-2010). Honors the use of original photography in a feature story, photo-essay or photo portfolio.
YearMagazineArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
2004W"The Kate Moss Portfolio," SeptemberPatrick McCarthy, Chairman and Editorial Director
Dennis Freedman, Vice Chairman and Creative Director
2005TIME"The Tragedy of Sudan," October 4By James NachtweyJames Kelly, Managing Editor
Arthur Hochstein, Art Director
2006Rolling Stone"The Edge of the World," November 17By Sebastiao SalgadoJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
Will Dana, Managing Editor
2007City"White Heat," AprilBy Horacio SalinasJohn McDonald, Editorial Director and Publisher;
Fabrice G. Frere, Creative Director and COO
2008Vanity Fair"Killers Kill, Dead Men Die: A 2007 Hollywood Portfolio," MarchBy Annie Leibovitz and Michael RobertsGraydon Carter, Editor
David Harris, Design Director
2009The New Yorker"Service," September 29By PlatonDavid Remnick, Editor
Elisabeth Biondi, Visuals Editor
2010The New Yorker"Portraits of Power," December 7Photographs by PlatonDavid Remnick, Editor
2011ESPN The Magazine"Bodies We Want," October 18Reporting by Morty AinGary Belsky, Editor in Chief
2012The New York Times Magazine"Vamps, Crooks & Killers," December 11Photographs by Alex Prager,
Introduction by A.O. Scott
Hugo Lindgren, Editor in Chief
2013W"Good Kate, Bad Kate," MarchFeature by Will Self,
Photographs by Steven Klein
Stefano Tonchi, Editor in Chief
2014W"Stranger Than Paradise," MayPhotographs by Tim WalkerStefano Tonchi, Editor in Chief
2015TIME"Crime Without Punishment," July 24Photographs by Jerome SessiniNancy Gibbs, Editor
2016Politico"Front Row at the Political Theater," November/ DecemberPhotographs by Mark PetersonSusan B. Glasser, Editor in Chief
2017Pacific Standard"Adrift,"[3] July/ AugustPhotographs by Francesco ZizolaNicholas Jackson, Editor in Chief
2018The New Yorker"Faces of an Epidemic,"[4] October 30Photographs by Philip MontgomeryDavid Remnick, Editor
2019W"Cate,"Photographs by Cass Bird, Rineke Dijkstra, Dominique Issermann, Shirin Neshat, Jackie Nickerson, Sharna Osborne, Alex Prager, Viviane Sassen and Sam Taylor-JohnsonStefano Tonchi, Editor in Chief
Single-Topic Issue
Honors publications that have devoted a single print issue or a major digital package to the comprehensive examination of one subject No award was given in 2000 or 2001.
YearMagazineArticle(s)Editor(s)
1979Progressive Architecture"Taste in America"John Morris Dixon, Chief Editor
1980Scientific American"The Brain"Dennis Flanagan, Editor
1981Businessweek"The Reindustrialization of America," by William Wolman and team
"Investment Outlook 1981," by Gordon Williams and team
Lewis H. Young, Editor in Chief
1982Newsweek"What Vietnam Did to Us," by Peter Goldman, December 14Lester Bernstein, Editor
1983IEEE Spectrum"Technology in War and Peace," OctoberDonald Christiansen, Editor and Publisher
1984Esquire"Fifty Who Made the Difference," DecemberPhillip Moffitt, Editor in Chief and President
1985American Heritage"A Medical Picture of the United States," October/NovemberByron Dobell, Editor
1986IEEE SpectrumDonald Christiansen, Editor and Publisher
1987Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists"Chernobyl--The Emerging Story," August/SeptemberLen Ackland, Editor
1988LIFE"The Constitution," FallPatricia Ryan, Managing Editor
1989Hippocrates"Choices of the Heart," May/JuneEric W. Schrier
1990National Geographic"France Celebrates Its Bicentennial," JulyWilbur E. Garret, Editor
1991The American Lawyer"Can America Enforce Its Drug Laws?" MarchSteven Brill, President and Editor in Chief
1992Businessweek"The Quality Imperative," October 25Stephen B. Shepard, Editor in Chief
1993Newsweek"How He Won: The Untold Story of Bill Clinton's Triumph," November/DecemberRichard M. Smith, Editor in Chief and President
Maynard Parker, Editor
1994Health"For Our Parents," OctoberEric W. Schrier, Editor in Chief
1995Discover"The Science of Race," NovemberPaul Hoffman, President and Editor in Chief
1996Bon AppétitFor its special collector's edition devoted to the food,
culture and people of the Mediterranean, May
William J. Garry, Editor in Chief
1997Scientific American"What You Need to Know About Cancer," SeptemberJohn Rennie, Editor in Chief
1998The Sciences"The Promise and Peril of Cloning," September/OctoberPeter G. Brown, Editor
1999The Oxford American"Second Annual Double Issue on Southern Music," March–MayMarc Smirnoff, Editor
2002TIME"September 11 Special Issue," September 13James Kelly, Managing Editor
2003Scientific American"A Matter of Time," SeptemberJohn Rennie, Editor in Chief
2004The Oxford American"Sixth Annual Music Issue," SummerMarc Smirnoff, Editor
2005Newsweek"How He Did It," November 15Mark Whitaker, Editor
2006TIME"An American Tragedy," September 12James Kelly, Managing Editor
2007Departures"The Latin Issue: America 2006," OctoberRichard David Story, Editor in Chief
2008The Virginia Quarterly Review"South American in the 21st Century," FallTed Genoways, Editor
Daniel Alarcón, Editor
2009Saveur"A World of Breakfast," OctoberJames Oseland, Editor in Chief
2010Wired"The Mystery Issue," MayChris Anderson, Editor in Chief
2011National Geographic"Water: Our Thirsty World," AprilChris Johns, Editor in Chief
2012New York"The Encyclopedia of 9/11," September 5–12Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2013Saveur"The Mexico Issue," August/SeptemberJames Oseland, Editor in Chief
2014Bloomberg Businessweek"Five Years From the Brink," September 16–22Josh Tyrangiel, Editor
2015San Francisco"The Oakland Issue," JuneJon Steinberg, Editor in Chief
2016Bloomberg Businessweek"Code: An Essay," June 15–28Ellen Joan Pollock, Editor
2017New York"Eight Years in America," October 3–16Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2018National Geographic"Gender Revolution," JanuarySusan Goldberg, Editor in Chief
2019Popular Science"The Tiny Issue," FallJoe Brown, Editor in Chief
2020The Washington Post Magazine"Prison" (October 28)Richard Just, Editor
Personal Service
Previously known as Service to the Individual (1974—1985). Honors magazine journalism that serves readers’ needs and aspirations. No award was given in 1981.
YearMagazineArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor(s)
1974Sports Illustrated"Women in Sport," parts one, two, and threeRoy Terrell, Managing Editor
1975Esquire"The Drinking Man's Liver," by Richard Selzer
Don Erickson, Editorial Director
1976Modern Medicine"Ethics, Genetics and the Future of Man," four-part series, February 1 and 15, March 1 and 15Paul D. Scultz
1977Harper's Magazine"The Anti-Social Cell"Lewis H. Lapham, Editor
1978Newsweek"The Graying of America," by Allan J. Mayer and with Tom Joyce, William J. Cook and Pamela Ellis Simons, February 28Edward Kosner, Editor
1979American Journal of NursingFor a series providing continuing education, medical developments and concern to professional expertThelma Schorr
1980Saturday Review"Children and Cancer," by Susan SchiefelbeinCarl Tucker
1982Philadelphia"That Certain Smile," by Carol Saline, SeptemberArt Spikol, Editor
1983Sunset"Fish Market Revolution," OctoberWilliam Marken
1984New York"How Well Does Your Bank Treat You?" by Jeff and Marie Blyskal, March 7Edward Kosner, Editor and president
1985The Washingtonian"How to Save Your Life," by John Pekkanen, Gail Friedman, Marilyn Dickey and William O'Sullivan, MarchJohn A. Limpert, Editor
1986Farm Journal"Your Call for Help Can be Heard," by Elizabeth Curry Williams, February
"There is Life after Farming," February
"Bootstrap Plans to Beat Tough Times," April
"Rescue from Suicide," by Bonnie Pollard, September
"What Distressed Farmers Need Most," by Dick Braun, November
Lane Palmer, Editor in Chief
1987Consumer Reports"Life Insurance: How to Protect Your Family," by Trudy Lieberman, June, July, AugustIrwin Landau, Editorial Director
1988Money"After the Crash: The Safest Places to Put Your Money Now," by Diane Harris, Eric Schurenberg and Jerry Edgerton, DecemberLandon Y. Jones, Managing Editor
1989Good Housekeeping"Child Care '88," SeptemberJohn Mack Carter, Editor in Chief
1990Consumer Reports"Beyond Medicare," by Trudy Lieberman, JuneIrwin Landau, Editorial Director
1991New York"Sparing the Child," by Michael W. Robbins, December 10Edward Kosner, Editor and President
1992Creative Classroom"Teaching Children About AIDS," by Lisa Feder-Feitel, January/February
"How to Talk about Substance Abuse," September
"Teachers Against Child Abuse," January/February 1992
Elaine Israel, Editor in Chief
1993Good Housekeeping"The Better Way," January, February, JuneJohn Mack Carter, Editor in Chief
1994Fortune"One Man's Tough Choices on Prostate Cancer," by Tom Alexander, September 20Marshall Loeb, Managing Editor
1995SmartMoney"Driver's Education," by Liz Comte Reisman, May
"Home Truths," by Liz Comte Reisman, November
"Lessons in Life," by Laura M. Holson and Liz Comte Reisman, December
Steven Swartz, Editor in Chief
1996SmartMoney"Part 1: Investing for College," by Walecia Konrad, May
"Part 2: Mom, Can You Spare $100,000?," by Walecia Konrad, October
Steven Swartz, Editor in Chief
1997Glamour"Is Managed Care Good for Women's Health?" by Leslie Laurence, August
"Making Managed Care Work for You," by Tessa DeCarlo, September
Ruth Whitney, Editor in Chief
1998Men's Journal'"Don't tell My Heart," by Jim Thornton, April
"The New Erector Set," by Jim Thornton, May
"The Ache a Guy Aches: My Hernia," by Jim Thornton, December/January
Jann S. Wenner, Editor in Chief
John Rasmus, Editor
1999Good Housekeeping"Katie's Crusade," by Joanna Powell, October
"The Stories of Three Families Left Behind," by Sondra Forsyth
"The Preventable Cancer," by Lisa Collier Cool
Ellen Levine, Editor in Chief
2000PC Company (renamed Smart Business for the New Economy)"Small-Business Secret Weapons, Part I," by Bonny L. Georgia, September
"Small-Business Secret Weapons, Part II," by Bonny L. Georgia, October
"Small-Business Secret Weapons, Part III," by Bonny L. Georgia, November
Paul Somerson, Editor in Chief
Wendy Taylor, Editor
2001National Geographic Adventure"The Rules of Adventure," by Laurence Gonzales, January/FebruaryJohn Rasmus, Editor in Chief
2002National Geographic Adventure"Land of the Lost," by Laurence Gonzales, November/DecemberJohn Rasmus, Editor in Chief
2003Outside"The Shape of Your Life, Part I," by Paul Scott, May
"The Shape of Your Life, Part II," by Paul Scott, June
"The Shape of Your Life, Part V," by Paul Scott, September
Hal Espen, Editor
2004Men's Health"A Tale of 3 Hearts," by Peter Moore, July/August
"100 Ways to Live Forever," by Adam Campbell and Brian Good
"Death by Exercise," by Lou Schuler
David Zinczenko, Editor in Chief
2005BabyTalk"You Can Breastfeed!" by Kristin O'Callaghan, AugustSusan Kane, Editor in Chief
2006Self"Keep Your Breasts Healthy for Life," OctoberLucy S. Danziger, Editor in Chief
2007Glamour"What No One Ever Tells You About Breast Implants," by Liz WelchCynthia Leive, Editor in Chief
2008Popular Mechanics"Know Your Footprint: Energy," by Alex Hutchinson, June
"Know Your Footprint: Water," by Alex Hutchinson, September
"Know Your Footprint: Waste," by Alex Hutchinson, December
James B. Meigs, Editor in Chief
2009Esquire"Retool, Reboot, Rebuild," by Mehmet Oz, M.D. and Michael Roizen, M.D., May
"Seventy-Five," by Susan Casey, May
David Granger, Editor in Chief
2010New York"For and Against Foreskin," by Chris Bonanos, Michael Idov and Hanna Rosin, October 26Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2011Men's Health"I Want My Prostate Back," by Laurence Roy Stains, MarchDavid Zinczenko, Editor in Chief
Peter Moore, Editor
2012Glamour"The Secret That Kills Four Women a Day," by Liz Brody, Editor at Large, JuneCynthia Leive, Editor in Chief
2013Los Angeles"The New Face and Body of Plastic Surgery in L.A.," OctoberMary Melton, Editor in Chief
2014Cosmopolitan"Your Cosmo Guide to Contraception," SeptemberJoanna Coles, Editor in Chief
2015O, The Oprah Magazine"Ready or Not: The Caregiver's Guide," NovemberLucy Kaylin, Editor in Chief
2016FamilyFun"The Happy Family Playbook," by Jennifer King Lindley, MayAnn Hallock, Editor in Chief
2017GOOD"What Can He Really Do? What Can We Do About It?,"[5] WinterNancy Miller, Editor in Chief
2018Cosmopolitan"How to Run for Office,"[6] by Laura Brounstein, Meredith Bryan, Jessica Goodman, Emily C. Johnson, Tess Koman, Rachel Mosely, Rebecca Nelson and Helen Zook, NovemberMichele Promaulayko, Editor in Chief
20195280"The Art of Dying Well,"[7] edited by Kasey Cordell and Lindsey B. Koehler, OctoberDaniel Brogan, Chief Executive Officer and Editor in Chief
Geoff Van Dyke, Editorial Director
Leisure Interests
Previously known as Special Interests (1986-2001). Honors the use of print to provide practical information about recreational activities and special interests.
YearMagazineArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
1986Popular MechanicsPopular Mechanics Woodworking Guide, NovemberJoe Oldham, Editor in Chief
1987Sports Afield"Getting Started: Flyfishing," January
"Getting Started: Rifle Shooting," July
"Getting Started: Outdoor Photography," August
Tom Paugh, Editor
1988Condé Nast Traveler"Stop Press," by Paul Grimes, September, October, NovemberHarold Evans, Editor in Chief
1989Condé Nast Traveler"The Ultimate Island Finder," August
"Bush Intelligence," November
"Bring the Kids," December
Harold Evans, Editor in Chief
1990Art & Antiques"What's Not Hot," FebruaryJeffrey Schaire, Editor
1991New York"Super Sound," by David Denby, February 19
Edward Kosner, Editor and President
1992Sports Afield"Gear for Deer & How to Use It," AugustTom Paugh, Editor in Chief
1993Philadelphia"Simple Pleasures," by Janet Bukovinsky, MayEliot Kaplan, Editor
1994Outside"At Play in the Swirly Zone," by David Quammen, April
"One Animal Year," by Donald Katz, May
Lawrence J. Burke, Publisher and Editor in Chief
Mark Bryant, Editor
1995GQ"Oy, It's Poi!" by Alan Richman, January
"Feeding the Infidel," July
"Play it Again, Lam," September
Arthur Cooper, Editor in Chief
1996Saveur"Don't Call it 'Cajun,'" by Gene Bourg, January/FebruaryDorothy Kalins, Editor in Chief
1997Smithsonian"When It Comes to Moths, Nature Pulls Out All the Stops," by Richard Conniff, February
Dan Moser, Editor
1998Entertainment Weekly"Thanks for Nothing, The Seinfeld Chronicles," (parts one, two, three, four, and five) by Kristen Baldwin and Mike Flaherty, A.J. Jacobs, Mary Kaye Schilling and Ken Tucker, May 30James W. Seymore, Jr., Managing Editor
1999PC Computing"Undocumented Internet Secrets," NovemberPaul Somerson, Vice President and Editor in Chief
2000I.D."Leaving Las Vegas," September/OctoberChee Pearlman, Former Editor in Chief
2001The New Yorker"The Sports Issue," August 21 & 28David Remnick, Editor
2002Vogue"Caviar Conundrum," by Jeffrey Steingarten, March
"Salt Chic," July
"High Steaks," September
Anna Wintour, Editor in Chief
2003National Geographic Adventure"Wild in the Parks," by Jim Gorman and Tim Cahill, MayJohn Rasmus, Editor in Chief
2004Consumer Reports"Veterinary Care Without the Bite," by Jeff Blyskal, JulyJulia Kagan, Vice President and Editorial Director
2005Sports Illustrated"2004 Olympic Preview," August 2Terry McDonell, Managing Editor
2006Golf Magazine"The New Way to Putt," OctoberDavid M. Clarke, Editor
2007O, The Oprah Magazine"Reading: A Love Story," JulyOprah Winfrey, Founder and Editorial Director,
Amy Gross, Editor in Chief
2008New York"Cartography: The Complete Road Map to New York City Street Food," by Michael Idov and Rob Patronite, June 25Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2009Esquire"The Esquire Almanac of Steak," SeptemberDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2010New York"The Great New York Neoclassical Neapolitan Pizza Revolution," by Rob Patronite and Robin Raisefeld with Michael Idov, July 20–27Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2011Men's Journal'"Five Meals Every Man Should Master," by Daniel Duane, Photographs by Marcus Nilsson, AugustJann S. Wenner, Editor in Chief
Will Dana, Editorial Director
Brad Wieners, Editor
2012Saveur"Italian America," by Dana Bowen, Frank Castronovo, Lou Di Palo, Frank Falcinelli, Greg Ferro, John Mariani, Rina Oh, James Oseland, Marne Setton and Jane and Michael Stern, DecemberJames Oseland, Editor in Chief
2013Wired"How to Be a Geek Dad," JuneChris Anderson, Editor in Chief
2014O, The Oprah Magazine"Hair Extravaganza!," SeptemberOprah Winfrey, Founder and Editorial Director; Lucy Kaylin, Editor in Chief
2015Backpacker"The Complete Guide to Fire," edited by Casey Lyons, OctoberDennis Lewon, Editor in Chief
2016Eater"The Eater Guide to Surviving Disney World," August 26 at eater.comAmanda Kludt, Editor in Chief
2017Eater"The Eater Guide to Paris,"[8] by Eater Staff, October 19 at eater.comAmanda Kludt, Editor in Chief
2018Texas Monthly"The Golden Age of BBQ,"[9] by Daniel Vaughn, JuneTim Taliaferro, Editor in Chief
2019New York"How to Be an Artist,"[10] by Jerry Saltz, November 26–December 9Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
Website
Honors magazine websites and online-only magazines. Divided into two categories in 2019: "News and Opinion"-Honors magazine websites covering politics, business, technology and entertainment- and "Service and Life Style" - Honors magazine websites covering fashion, food, travel and design.
YearMagazineEditor
2012New YorkAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
Ben Williams, Editorial Director, nymag.com
2013The AtlanticJames Bennet, Editor in Chief
Bob Cohn, Editor, Atlantic Digital
2014New YorkAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
Ben Williams, Editorial Director
2015NautilusMichael Segal, Editor in Chief
2016New YorkAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
Ben Williams, Editor, Digital
2017National GeographicSusan Goldberg, Editor in Chief
2018New YorkAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2019The Marshall ProjectBill Keller, Editor in Chief
2019Roads & KingdomsNathan Thornburgh, Editor in Chief
Cengiz Yar, Managing Editor
Digital Innovation
Honors the outstanding use of digital media by magazine websites and digital-only magazines
YearTitleArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
2018SB Nation"17776: An American Football Story," by Jon Bois, July 5Elena Bergeron, Editor in Chief
2019The New York Times Magazine"The Voyages Issue," September 21 at nytimes.com and on the New York Times mobile app and September 23 in printJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
Social Media
Honors the outstanding use of social accounts by magazine websites and digital-only magazines.
YearTitleArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
2018SELFfacebook.com/selfmagazine; instagram.com/selfmagazine; SELF on Snapchat; Team SELF Facebook GroupCarolyn Kylstra, Editor in Chief
2019Bon Appétitfacebook.com/itsalivewithbrad; instagram.com/basically; instagram.com/bonappetitmag; instagram.com/healthy_ish; twitter.com/bonappetitAdam Rapoport, Editor in Chief
Rachel Karten, Senior Social Media Manager
Podcasting
Honors the outstanding use of audio content by magazine websites and digital-only magazines.
YearTitleArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
2010Tablet MagazineRemembrance Day by George Warner, The Queens of Bollywood by Eric Molinsky, Blessed Bluegrass by Jon KalishAlana Newhouse, editor-in-chief, Julie Subrin, executive producer, audio, Sara Ivry, podcast host
2011PoetryPoetry Magazine PodcastChristian Wiman, Editor; Don Share, Senior Editor; Curtis Fox, Producer; Ed Herrmann, Sound Recordist
2019SlateThree episodes of "Slow Burn":"Deal or No Deal," August 8, "Tell-All," September 18, and "Move On," October 17Julia Turner, Editor in Chief
Video
Honors the outstanding use of video by magazines published on digital platforms. Divided into two categories in 2019: "News and Opinion"-Honors coverage of politics, business, technology and entertainment- and "Service and Life Style" - Honors coverage of fashion, food, travel and design.
YearTitleArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
2010Yale Environment 360Leveling Appalachia: The Legacy of Mountaintop Removal MiningRoger Cohn, Editor
Chad Stevens, Filmmaker
2011The Oxford American"SoLost" SeriesWarwick Sabin, Publisher
Dave Anderson, Videographer
2012The New York Times Magazine"My Family's Experiment in Extreme Schooling," by Julie Dressner, Shayla Harris and Clifford J. LevyHugo Lindgren, Editor in Chief
2013Mother Jones'"Full Secret Video of Private Romney Fundraiser," September 18Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffery, Editors
David Corn, Washington Bureau Chief James West, Producer
2014Glamour"Confronting Cancer: BRCA1 and BRCA2 Gene Mutations," October 9
"Life Post-Surgery: Back on Stage," October 30, from "Screw You Cancer" series
Cynthia Leive, Editor in Chief
2015Vice News"The Islamic State," by Medyan Dairieh, August 15 at vice.comJason Mojica, Editor in Chief
Kevin Sutcliffe, Executive Producer
2016Vice News"Selfie Soldiers: Russia's Army Checks In to Ukraine," June 16 at vicenews.comJason Mojica, Editor in Chief
2017New York with Narrative 4"Guns & Empathy," December 26 at nymag.comAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2018TIME and Mic"Life After Addiction,"[11] video by Aja Harris and Paul Moakley, November 8 at time.comEdward Felsenthal, Editor in Chief
2019Topic"Black 14,"[12] directed by Darius Clark Monroe, March 6Anna Holmes, Editorial Director
2019Topic"Noodle School,"[13] directed by Jia Li, September 10Anna Holmes, Editorial Director
Public Interest
Known as Public Service (1970-1985). Honors magazine journalism that illuminates issues of national importance. No award was given in 1973.
YearTitleArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
1970LIFE"Fortas: A Question of Ethics"William LambertRalph Graves, Managing Editor
1971The Nation"The Wired Nation"
"The Cops Hit the Jackpot"
Ralph Lee Smith
Joseph C. Goulden
1972Philadelphia"The River Pirates "
1974Scientific American"Life and Death in Medicine"Kerr L. WhiteDennis Flanagan, Editor
1975Consumer Reports"Is the Water Safe to Drink? (three-part series)"Irwin LandauIrwin Landau, Editorial Director
1976Businessweek"The Corporate Woman: Up the Ladder, Finally "Irene PaveLewis H. Young, Editor in Chief
1977Philadelphia"The Forgotten Children"Loretta SchwartzAlan Halpern, Editor
1978Mother Jones'"Pinto Madness"Mark DowieJeffrey Klein, Editor
1979New West"Hell on Wheels"Moira JohnsonJon Carroll
1980Texas Monthly"Why Teachers Can’t Teach"Gene LyonsWilliam Broyles, Editor
1981Reader's Digest"The Murder of Robbie Wayne, Age 6"
"Marijuana Alert II: More of the Grim Story"
Mary Jane Chambers
Peggy Mann
Edward T. Thompson, Editor in Chief
1982The Atlantic"The Education of David Stockman (December)"William GreiderWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1983Foreign Affairs"Nuclear Weapons and the Atlantic Alliance (Spring)"McGeorge Bundy, George F. Kennan,
Robert S. McNamara and Gerard C. Smith
William P. Bundy, Editor
1984The New Yorker"Breaking the Spell"George KennanWilliam Shawn, Editor
1985Washingtonian"Where Have All the Warriors Gone?"Nick Kotz and Nancy B. Nathan and Cathryn DonohoeJohn A. Limpert, Editor
1986Science 81"Technology for Peace: High-Tech Vigilance"
"Technology for Peace: The Politics of Mistrust Technology for Peace: The Inspectors"
R. Jeffrey Smith
Roger Bingham Carl Posey
Allan L. Hammond, Editor
1987Money"Inside the Billion-Dollar Business of Blood"Andrea RockMarshall Loeb, Managing Editor, Landon Y. Jones, Executive Editor
1988The Atlantic"The Morning After"Peter G. PetersonWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1989California"Halcion Madness; Halcion: Prescription for Trouble?"Cindy EhrlichB.K. Moran, Editorial Director
1990Southern Exposure"Don’t Count Your Chickens"
"Inside the Slaughterhouse the Fox Guarding the Hen House"
Barry Yeoman
Barbara Goldottas, Tom Devine
Eric Bates, Managing Editor
1991Family Circle"Toxic Nightmare on Main Street"Stephanie AbarbanelJacqueline Leo, Editor in Chief
1992Glamour"Teenage and Pregnant: Where are the Doctors Who Will Do Abortions?"
"A Town Held Hostage"
Le Ann Schreiber
Francis Wilkinson
Ruth Whitney, Editor in Chief
1993The Family Therapy Networker"Whatever Happened to Community Mental Health?—Revising the Dream"
Steering through the Storm Making House Calls"
Mary Sykes Wylie
James Carlin, Laura M. Markowitz
Dr. Richard Simon, Editor
1994Philadelphia"Less Than One Percent; Floxin Follow-Up; Floxin Update"Stephen FriedEliot Kaplan, Editor
1995The New Republic"No Exit; She’s Baaack!"Elizabeth McCaugheyMartin Peretz, Editor in Chief and Chairman, Andrew Sullivan, Editor
1996Texas Monthly"Not What the Doctor Ordered"Mimi SwartzGregory Curtis, Editor
1997Fortune"How Bill Ruckelshaus is Taking on the New York Mob"; "Carting Away New York City’s Garbage Cartel"Richard BeharJohn Huey, Managing Editor
1998The Atlantic"The Computer Delusion"Todd OppenheimerWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1999TIME"Corporate Welfare"; "Paying a Price for Polluters"; "The Empire of the Pigs"Donald L. Bartlett and James B. SteeleWalter Isaacson, Managing Editor
2000The New Yorker"The Demon in the Freezer"Richard PrestonDavid Remnick, Editor
2001TIME"Big Money & Politics: How the Little Guy Gets Crunched"; "Soaked by Congress"; "Throwing the Game"Donald L. Bartlett and James B. SteeleWalter Isaacson, Managing Editor
2002The Atlantic"Bystanders to Genocide"Samantha PowerMichael Kelly, Editor
2003The Atlantic"The Fifty-First State?"James FallowsCullen Murphy, Managing Editor
2004The New Yorker"Lunch with the Chairman"; "Selective Intelligence"; "The Stovepipe"Seymour M. HershDavid Remnick, Editor
2005The New Yorker"Torture at Abu Ghraib"; "Chain of Command"; "The Gray Zone"Seymour HershDavid Remnick, Editor
2006The New Yorker"The Climate of Man: Part 1"; "The Climate of Man: Part II"; "The Climate of Man: Part III"Elizabeth KolbertDavid Remnick, Editor
2007Vanity Fair"Rules of Engagement"William LangewiescheGraydon Carter, Editor
2008The Nation"How Specialist Town Lost His Benefits"; Specialist Town Takes His Case to Washington"Joshua KorsKatrina vanden Heuvel, Editor and Publisher
2009Bicycling"Broken"David DarlingtonLoren Mooney, Editor in Chief
2010The New Yorker"The Cost Conundrum"Atul GawandeDavid Remnick, Editor
2011The New Yorker"Letting Go"Atul GawandeDavid Remnick, Editor
2012The New Yorker"The Invisible Army"Sarah StillmanDavid Remnick, Editor
2013Texas Monthly"Mothers, Sisters, Daughters, Wives"Mimi SwartzJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2014TIME"Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us"Steven BrillRick Stengel, Managing Editor
2015Pacific Standard"Why Women Aren't Welcome on the Internet"Amanda HessMaria Streshinsky, Editor in Chief
2016BuzzFeed"The New American Slavery," July 24, and "All You Americans Are Fired," December 1 at buzzfeed.comJessica Garrison, Ken Bensinger and Jeremy Singer-VineBen Smith, Editor in Chief
2017The New York Times Magazine"Worlds Apart," June 12Nikole Hannah-JonesJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2018The New Yorker"Abuses of Power,"[14] October 23 print issue, "Weighing the Costs of Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein,"[15] October 27 at newyorker.com, and "Harvey Weinstein’s Army of Spies,"[16] November 6 at newyorker.comRonan FarrowDavid Remnick, Editor
2019The New Yorker"No Refuge,"[17] January 15Sarah StillmanDavid Remnick, Editor
Reporting
Previously known as Reporting Excellence (1970-1980) and New Reporting in 1988. Honors reporting excellence as exemplified by one article or a series of articles.
YearTitleArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
1970The New Yorker"Annals of Politics" (parts one and two)
"Casualties of War"
Richard Harris
Daniel Lang
1971The Atlantic"Soldiers"Ward Just
1972The Atlantic"The 8,000,000: Report from China"Ross Terrill
1973New York"The Landlords of Hell’s Bedroom"; "The Old Man in the Bronx"Gail Sheehy
1974The New Yorker"Annals of Industry: Casualties of the Workplace"
"Reporter at Large: The Plundered Past"
Paul Brodeur
John McPhee, Karl E. Meyer
William Shawn, Editor
1975The New Yorker"Supertanker"Noel MostertWilliam Shawn, Editor
Hoyt Spellman, Director of Marketing
1976Audubon"Dr. Strangelove Builds a Canal"
"Song of the Seal"
Alvin Josephy
George Rieger
Les Line, Editor in Chief
1977Audubon"Cheap Chemicals and Dumb Luck"Curtis K. StadtfeldLes Line, Editor in Chief
1978The New Yorker"For a six-part series on Alaska (May 2 & 9, June 20 & 27, July 4 & 11)"John McPheeWilliam Shawn, Editor
1979Texas MonthlyA three-part series on life in three disparate areas of Texas (parts one, two, and three)Richard WestWilliam Broyles, Editor
1980Mother Jones'"The Corporate Crime of the Century"Mark DowieZina Klapper
1981National Journal"Money Makes the World Go Round: But What If It Can’t Any More?"Robert J. SamuelsonRichard S. Frank, Editor
1982Washingtonian"The Saving of Mr. President"John PekkanenJohn A. Limpert, Editor
1983Institutional Investor"Drysdale: What Really Happened?"Chris WellesGilbert E. Kaplan
1984Vanity Fair"When Memory Goes"Francine du Plessix GrayLeo Lerman, Editor in Chief
1985Texas Monthly"The Man in the Black Hat" (parts one and two)Paul BurkaGregory Curtis, Editor
1986Rolling Stone"The Plague Years"David BlackJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
1987LIFE"The Liberation of Lolly and Gronky"Anne FadimanJudith Daniels, Managing Editor
1988Washingtonian and Baltimore"Life and Death on the Fast Track"Steven D. Kaye
Ramsey Flynn[18]
John A. Limpert, Editor
Stan Heuisler, Editor
1989The New Yorker"Tehran Summer"Robin WrightRobert Gottlieb, Editor
1990The New Yorker"Beyond the Mountains" (parts one, two, and three)Mark DannerRobert Gottlieb, Editor
1991The New Yorker"Deal of the Year"Connie BruckRobert Gottlieb, Editor
1992The New Republic"Highway to Hell"; "Rolls-Royce Revolutionaries"; "Back to the Hills"Michael KellyMartin Peretz, Editor and Chief and Chairman
1993IEEE Spectrum"Iraq and the Bomb"
"Halting Proliferation"
Glenn Zorpette
John A. Adam
Donald Christiansen, Editor and Publisher
1994The New Yorker"Remembering Satan, Part I (May 17)"; "Remembering Satan, Part II (May 24)"Lawrence WrightTina Brown, Editor
1995The Atlantic"Reefer Madness: Marijuana and the Law"Eric SchlosserWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1996The New Yorker"The Politics of Perception"Connie BruckTina Brown, Editor
1997Outside"Into Thin Air"Jon KrakauerLawrence J. Burke, Publisher and Editor in Chief
Mark Bryant, Editor
1998Rolling Stone"The True Story of John/Joan"John ColapintoJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
Robert Love, Managing Editor
1999Newsweek"Clinton and the Intern"; "The Secret War"; "The Tripp Trap?"Michael Isikoff and Evan ThomasRichard M. Smith, Editor in Chief and Chairman
Mark Whitaker, Editor
2000Vanity Fair"Madness Visible"
"Forensics of War"
Janine di Giovanni
Sebastian Junger
Graydon Carter, Editor in Chief
2001Esquire"The Perfect Fire"Sean FlynnDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2002The Atlantic"The Crash of Egypt Air 990"William LangewiescheMichael Kelly, Editor
2003The New Yorker"In the Party of God, Part I (October 14 & 21)"; "In the Party of God, Part II (October 28)"Jeffrey GoldbergDavid Remnick, Editor
2004Rolling Stone"The Killer Elite, Part 1"; "The Killer Elite, Part 2: From Hell to Baghdad"; "The Killer Elite, Part 3: The Battle for Baghdad"Evan WrightWenner, Editor and Publisher
Ed Needham, Managing Editor
2005The New Yorker"Dying in Darfur"[19]Samantha PowerDavid Remnick, Editor
2006Rolling Stone"The Man Who Sold the War"[20]James BamfordJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
Will Dana, Managing Editor
2007Esquire"The School"[21]C.J. ChiversDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2008National GeographicChina's Instant Cities"[22]Peter HasslerChris Johns, Editor in Chief
2009The New York Times"Right at the Edge"[23]Dexter FilkinsGerald Marzorati, Editor in Chief
2010The New York Times"The Deadly Choices at Memorial"[24]Sheri FinkGerald Marzorati, Editor
2011Harper's Magazine"The Guatanamo ‘Suicides’"[25]Scott HortonRoger D. Hodge, Editor
2012The New Yorker"The Apostate"[26]Lawrence WrightDavid Remnick, Editor
2013GQ"18 Tigers, 17 Lions, 8 Bears, 3 Cougars, 2 Wolves, 1 Baboon, 1 Macaque, and 1 Man Dead in Ohio"[27]Chris HeathJim Nelson, Editor in Chief
2014The New York Times"The Dream Boat"[28]Luke MogelsonHugo Lindgren, Editor in Chief
2015GQ"Inside the Iron Closet"[29]Jeff SharletJim Nelson, Editor in Chief
2016Matter"My Nurses Are Dead, and I Don't Know If I'm Already Infected"[30]Joshua HammerMark Lotto, Editor in Chief
2017Mother Jones"My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard"[31]Shane BauerClara Jeffery, Editor in Chief
2018The New York Times Magazine"The Uncounted,"[32] November 19Azmat Khan and Anand Gopal,Jake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2019The New Yorker"Shallow Graves,"[33] December 24 & 31Ben TaubDavid Remnick, Editor
Feature Writing
Honors original, stylish storytelling. Incorporates Profile writing as of 2013.
YearMagazineArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
1988The Atlantic"The Man Who Loves Only Numbers"Paul HoffmanWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1989Esquire"The Transformation of Johnny Spain"Chip BrownLee Eisenberg, Editor in Chief
1990The Washingtonian"Like Something the Lord Made"[dead link]Katie McCabeJohn A. Limpert, Editor
1991U.S. News & World Report"Vietnam Story"Joseph L. GallowayMerrill McLoughlin, Michael Ruby, co-editors
1992Sports Illustrated"Shadow of a Nation"Gary SmithJohn Papanek, Managing Editor
1993The New Yorker"Whose Art Is It?"Jane KramerTina Brown, Editor
1994Harper's Magazine"The Last Shot"Darcy FreyLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1995GQ"The Abortionist"[34]Tom JunodArthur Cooper, Editor in Chief
1996GQ"The Rapist Says He’s Sorry"[35]Tom JunodArthur Cooper, Editor in Chief
1997Sports Illustrated"Crime and Punishment"Gary SmithMark Mulvoy, Editor
Bill Colson, Managing Editor
1998Harper's Magazine"Driving Mr. Albert"Michael PaternitiLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1999The American Scholar"Exiting Nirvana"Clara ClaiborneAnne Fadiman, Editor
2000Sports Illustrated"Moment of Truth"Gary SmithBill Colson, Managing Editor
2001Rolling Stone"The Weasel, Twelve Monkeys and the Shrub"David Foster WallaceJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
Robert Love, Managing Editor
2002The Atlantic"Moonrise"Penny WolfsonMichael Kelly, Editor
2003Harper's Magazine"Horseman, Pass By"John Jeremiah SullivanLewis H. Lapham, Editor
2004The New Yorker"The Marriage Cure"Katherine BooDavid Remnick, Editor
2005Esquire"Home"Chris JonesDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2006The American Scholar"Genome Tome"Priscilla LongRobert Wilson, Editor
2007GQ"The Other Side of Hate"Andrew CorselloJim Nelson, Editor in Chief
2008Atlanta"You Have Thousands of Angels Around You"Paige WilliamsRebecca Burns, Editor in Chief
2009Esquire"The Things That Carried Him"Chris JonesDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2010Texas Monthly"Still Life"[36]Skip HollandsworthEvan Smith, President and Editor in Chief
Jake Silverstein, Editor
2011Los Angeles"The End"[37]Ben EhrenreichMary Melton, Editor
2012Esquire"Joplin!"[38]Luke DittrichDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2013Texas Monthly"The Innocent Man: Part I"; "The Innocent Man: Part II"[39]Pamela ColloffJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2014The New Yorker"A Loaded Gun"[40]Patrick Radden KeefeDavid Remnick, Editor Pamela Maffei McCarthy, Deputy Editor
2015Atavist"Love and Ruin"[41]James VeriniEvan Ratliff, Editor in Chief
2016The New Yorker"The Really Big One"[42]Kathryn SchulzDavid Remnick, Editor
2017The New York Times Magazine"I Have No Choice but to Keep Looking"[43]Jennifer PercyJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2018GQ"A Most American Terrorist: The Making of Dylann Roof,"[44] SeptemberRachel Kaadzi GhansahJim Nelson, Editor in Chief
2019The New Yorker"A Theory of Relativity,"[45] April 30Elif BatumanDavid Remnick, Editor
2020The New York Times Magazine"The Schoolteacher and the Genocide" (August 11)Sarah A. TopolJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
Essays and Criticism
Category previously known as "Criticism & Belle-Lettres" (1977) and Essays (2000–10). Honors "long-form journalism that presents the opinions of the writer on topics ranging from the personal to the political".
YearMagazineArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
1977Mother Jones"Peking! Peking!"Li-li Ch'enJeffrey Klein, Editor
1978Esquire"High on War"Michael HerrDon Erickson, Editorial Director, Clay S. Felker, Editor and Publisher
1979LIFE"The View from 80"Malcolm CowleyPhilip B. Kunhardt, Jr., Managing Editor
1980Natural HistoryColumns on Evolutionary BiologyStephen Jay GouldAlan Ternes
1981TIME"Back to Reticence", "Return to Patriotism", "Rediscovering America"Lance MorrowRay Cave, Managing Editor
1982The Atlantic"Designer Dancing", "Balanchine's Tchaikovsky", "Moving Pictures"Holly BrubackWilliam Whitworth, Editor
1983The American Lawyer"Headnotes" (column)Steven BrillSteven Brill, Editor in Chief and Chairman
1984The New Republic"The End of the World", "Crosscurrents: Pseudo-Private Lives", "The Politics of a Plague"Charles KrauthammerMartin Peretz, Editor in Chief and Chairman
1985Boston"Politics"Howard CarrDonald H. Forst, Editor
1986The Sciences"The Information Age: bsohligrimtyhplrylvdb​", "The Computer Behind the Curtain",
"His Voice's Master"
Robert WrightPaul T. Libassi, Editor
1987Outside"The Same River Twice", "Out of the Noösphere", "Chambers of Memory"David QuammenLawrence J. Burke, Publisher and Editor in Chief
1988Harper's Magazine"The Next Panic"L. J. DavisLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1989Harper's Magazine"The Urge for an End", "Who Won the West? Apologies to the Water Birds and Ranch Hands", "I'm Black, You're White, Who's Innocent"Edward Hoagland, William Kittredge, Shelby SteeleLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1990Vanity Fair"Darkness Visible"William StyronTina Brown, Editor in Chief
1991The Sciences"The Aesthetic Equation", "A Ripple in Gravity's Lens", "Dead Ringer"Hans Christian von BaeyerPeter G. Brown, Editor
1992The Nation"Naming and Blaming: Media Goes Wilding in Palm Beach",
"Why We Read: Canon to the Right of Me..."
Katha PollittVictor S. Navasky, Editor
1993The American Lawyer"Maybe the Jury Was Right"Roger ParloffSteven Brill, President and Editor in Chief
1994Harper's Magazine"Mirrorings", "A Woman's Work", "The Crash of Blue-Sky California"Lucy Grealy, Louise Erdrich, David BeersLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1995Harper's Magazine"Robert Barons Redux", "Morte de Nixon", "Terms of Endearment"Lewis H.LaphamLewis H. Lapham, Editor
1996The New Yorker"True Grid", "Did He Do It?", "Modes of Seduction"Simon SchamaTina Brown, Editor
1997The New Yorker"Escaping Picasso"Adam GopnikTina Brown, Editor
1998The New Yorker"Who Owns Anne Frank?"Cynthia OzickTina Brown, Editor
1999The Atlantic"Hymn"Emily HiestandWilliam Whitworth, Editor
2000The Sciences"Clock of Ages"Brian HayesPeter G. Brown, Editor
2001The New Yorker"Like a King"Adam GopnikDavid Remnick, Editor
2002The New Yorker"My Father's Brain"Jonathan FranzenDavid Remnick, Editor
2003The American Scholar"A Piece of Cotton"Anne FadimanAnne Fadiman, Editor
2004The New Yorker"A Sudden Illness"Laura HillenbrandDavid Remnick, Editor
2005National Geographic"Was Darwin Wrong?"David QuammenWilliam L. Allen, Editor in Chief
2006Vanity Fair"A Matter of Life and Death"Marjorie WilliamsGraydon Carter, Editor
2007The Georgia Review"Russell and Mary"Michael DonohueStephen Corey, Acting Editor
2008New Letters"I Am Joe's Prostate"Thomas E. KennedyRobert Stewart, Editor in Chief
2009Backpacker"The Source of All Things"Tracy RossJonathan Dorn, Editor in Chief
2010National Geographic"Top Ten State Fair Joys"Garrison KeillorChris Johns, Editor in Chief
2011The Paris Review"Mister Lytle: An Essay"John Jeremiah SullivanLorin Stein, Editor
2012New York"Paper Tigers"Wesley YangAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2013The Atlantic"Fear of a Black President"[46]Ta-Nehisi CoatesJames Bennet, Editor in Chief
Scott Stossel, Editor
2014The New Yorker"Thanksgiving in Mongolia"[47]Ariel LevyDavid Remnick, Editor Pamela Maffei McCarthy, Deputy Editor
2015The New Yorker"This Old Man"[48]Roger AngellDavid Remnick, Editor
2016Esquire"The Friend,"[49]Matthew TeagueDavid Granger, Editor in Chief
2017The New York Times Magazine"David's Ankles,"[50]Sam AndersonJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2018The Atlantic"Lola’s Story,"[51] JuneAlex TizonJeffrey Goldberg, Editor in Chief
2019The New York Times Magazine"Getting Out,"[52] October 21Reginald Dwayne BettsJake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
2020Poetry"Tactile Art,"[53] OctoberJohn Lee ClarkDon Share, Editor
Columns and Commentary
Honors political and social commentary; news analysis; and reviews and criticism.
YearMagazineArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
2002New York"Russert to Judgment"; "Sullivan’s Travels"; "The Stupids"Michael WolffCaroline Miller, Editor in Chief
2003The Nation"God Changes Everything"; "Backlash Babies"; "As Miss World Turns"Katha PollittKatrina vanden Heuvel, Editor
2004New York"Live from Doha"; "My Big Fat Questions"; "Al Jazeera’s Edge"Michael WolffCaroline Miller, Editor in Chief
2005National Journal"On Same-Sex Marriage, Bush Failed the Public and Himself"; "Fix the McCain-Feingold Law. Oops—Can I Say That?"; "Good Plan, Republicans. But It Didn’t Work in Britain"Jonathan RauchCharles Green, Editor
2006The New Yorker"Landmarks"; "Mired"; "Bah Humbug"Hendrik HertzbergDavid Remnick, Editor
2007Vanity Fair"Childhood’s End"; "The Vietnam Syndrome"; "Oriana Fallaci and the Art of Interview"Christopher HitchensGraydon Carter, Editor
2008Rolling Stone"Worse Than Bush"; "My Favorite Nut Job"; "Obama’s Moment"Matt TaibbiJann S. Wenner, Editor and Publisher
Will Dana, Managing Editor
2009Automobile"They Fought the Laws (of Supply and Demand), and the Laws Won"; "Lease Me to the Moon: The Rise and Fall of Consumer Finance?"; "Bailout Time for the Big Three"; "None Dare Call Them Republicans"Jamie KitmanJean Jennings, President and Editor in Chief
2010Newsweek"Worthwhile Canadian Initiative"; "The Way Out of Afghanistan"; "Theocracy and Its Discontents"Fareed ZakariaJon Meacham, Editor
2011Vanity Fair"Topic of Cancer"; "Unanswerable Prayers"; "Miss Manners and the Big C"Christopher HitchensGraydon Carter, Editor
2012Vanity Fair"When the King Saved God"; "Unspoken Truths"; "From Abbottabad to Worse"Christopher HitchensGraydon Carter, Editor
2013Slate"It’s Not About the Law, Stupid"; "The Supreme Court’s Dark Vision of Freedom"; "Where Is The Liberal Outrage?"Dahlia LithwickDavid Plotz, Editor in Chief
2014The New Yorker"Shark Week"; "Difficult Women"; "Private Practice"Emily NussbaumRemnick, Editor; Pamela Maffei McCarthy, Deputy Editor
2015New York"Zombies on the Walls: Why Does So Much New Abstraction Look the Same?," "Taking in Jeff Koons, Creator and Destroyer of Worlds," "Post-Macho God: Matisse's Cut-Outs Are World-Historically Gorgeous"Jerry SaltzAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2016The Intercept"A Visit to the Sweat Lodge," July 16, "Santa Muerte, Full of Grace," August 24, and "Stop Sending Me Jonathan Franzen Novels," October 6, at theintercept.comBarrett BrownBetsy Reed, Editor in Chief
2017Harper's Magazine"Bird in a Cage," March, "The Ideology of Isolation," July, and "Giantess," SeptemberRebecca SolnitChristopher Cox, Editor, for March
Ellen Rosenbush, Editor, for July
James Marcus, Editor, for September
2018New York"Why the Harvey Weinstein Sexual-Harassment Allegations Didn’t Come Out Until Now," October 5, "Your Reckoning. And Mine.," November 12, and "This Moment Isn’t (Just) About Sex. It’s Really About Work," December 10, at thecut.comRebecca TraisterAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2019The New Yorker"The National Geographic Twins and the Falsehood of Our Post-Racial Future," March 14"The Profound Presence of Doria Ragland," May 21, and "The Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing Will Be Remembered as a Grotesque Display of Patriarchal Resentment," September 27, at newyorker.comDoreen St. FélixDavid Remnick, Editor
Former categories
National Magazine Award
For the first four years of the National Magazine Awards, only one award was given.
1966
Look "for its skillful editing, imagination and editorial integrity, all of which were reflected particularly in its treatment of the racial issue during 1965."

1967
LIFE "in recognition of skillful, imaginative and constructive editing as reflected particularly in vivid photo reporting of the war in Vietnam, outstanding coverage of the civil rights issue, and effective support for the preservation of great works of art—in keeping with an admirable tradition of public education on cultural subjects."
1968
Newsweek "in recognition of that magazine's development of a new form of editorial analysis and advocacy in its major effort to present America's racial problems. The 'program of action,' published in Newsweek's issue of November 20, 1967, was a 23 page article combining reportage, analysis and opinion under the title 'The Negro in America: What Must Be Done.' The judges considered the project, clearly labeled as a departure from Newsweek’s standard policy, to have been skillfully and responsibly executed. They consider it a useful and important form, when sparingly used, in the news magazine field."

1969
American Machinist, a McGraw-Hill trade publication, which was recognized for its special issue, "Will John Garth Make It?" The study of U.S. industry's role in combating unemployment, especially among those that companies might consider unemployable, included Mr. Garth, a 26-year-old high school dropout and parolee.
Certificates of Special Recognition
Identifying one winner was no doubt a challenge for the judges in the first years of the National Magazine Awards. It was decided from the start that Certificates of Special Recognition as well as commendations would be given.
1966

1967
Motive "for editorial vitality, for tasteful innovation in design, and for forthright treatment of delicate issues that once would have been taboo in religious-affiliated publications"

1968
Commendation
Nine titles were commended at the first annual National Magazine Awards. This was the only year such recognition was given.
1966
Special Award
YearMagazine
1976TIME, Bicentennial Issue
1989Robert E. Kenyon, Jr.
Specialized Journalism
YearMagazine
1970Philadelphia
1971Rolling Stone
1972Architectural Record
1973Psychology Today
1974Texas Monthly
1975Medical economics
1976United Mine Workers
1977Architectural Record
1978Scientific American
1979National Journal
1980IEEE Spectrum
Profile Writing
Previously known as Profiles (2000-2001). Honors excellence in profile writing by recognizing the vividness and perceptiveness with which the writer brings his or her subject to life.
YearMagazine
2000Sports Illustrated
2001The New Yorker
2002The New Yorker
2003Sports Illustrated
2004Esquire
2005The New Yorker
2006Esquire
2007New York
2008Vanity Fair
2009Rolling Stone
2010Esquire
2011The New York Times
2012D Magazine
Reviews and Criticism
Honors excellence in criticism of art, books, movies, television, theater, music, dance, food, dining, fashion, products and the like by recognizing the knowledge, persuasiveness and original voice that the critic brings to his or her reviews.
YearMagazine
2000Esquire
2001The New Yorker
2002Harper's Magazine
2003Vanity Fair
2004Esquire
2005The New Yorker
2006Harper's Magazine
2007The Nation
2008The Atlantic
2009The New Yorker
2010The New Yorker
News and Documentary Photography
Previously known as Photojournalism (2007-2010) and News Photography (2011-2012). Honors excellence in the informative photographic documentation of an event or subject in real-time.
YearMagazine
2007The Paris Review
2008National Geographic
2009National Geographic
2010National Geographic
2011The New York Times
2012Harper's Magazine
Photography, Digital Media
Honors overall excellence in the design of magazine websites and online-only magazines.
Year
Magazine
2010National Geographic
2011
LIFE
General Excellence in Digital Media
Previously known as General Excellence in New Media (1997-2000), General Excellence Online (2001-2009) and General Excellence, Digital Media (2010-2013).
YearMagazine
1997Money
1998Sporting News
1999Cigar Aficionado
2000Bloomberg Businessweek
2001U.S. News & World Report
2002National Geographic
2003Slate
2004CNET
2005Style.com
2006National Geographic
2007Beliefnet
2008Runner's World
2009New York
Backpacker
2010New York
2011Slate
2012New York
2013Pitchfork
Design, Digital Media
Previously known as Best Interactive Design (2001). Honors overall excellence in the design of magazine websites and online-only magazines.
YearMagazine
2001SmartMoney
2010Billboard
2011The New York Times
2012Wired
Reporting, Digital Media
Previously known as News Reporting (2010-2011). Honors overall excellence in the design of magazine websites and online-only magazines.
YearMagazine
2010The Virginia Quarterly Review
2011Foreign Policy
2012Wired
Personal Service, Digital Media
Previously known as Interactive Service (2007) and Personal Service Online (2008-2008). Honors a site’s effective use of multimedia technology to deliver information that users can act on to improve the quality of their personal lives or enjoy recreational pursuits.
YearMagazine
2007Bloomberg Businessweek
2008Bloomberg Businessweek
2009Backpacker
2012Men's Health
Commentary, Digital Media
Previously known as Blogging (2010-2011). Honors excellence in opinion journalism on digital platforms.
YearMagazine
2010Foreign Policy
2011Tablet Magazine
2012The American Scholar
Website Department
Previously known as Regular Department or Section (2010) and Online Department (2011). Honors a regularly updated, clearly branded department or channel.
YearMagazine
2010Sports Illustrated
2011Fast Company
2012The Daily Beast
Utility App
Previously known as Interactive Feature (2007-2009) and Interactive Tool (2010-2011). Honors an outstanding app, feature or section of a website that uses multimedia technology, tools, community platforms or other interactive formats to deliver or share content such as news, information and entertainment, rather than practical instruction or advice.
YearMagazine
2007New York
2008Bicycling
2009AARP The Magazine
2010Men's Health
2011Epicurious
2012TIME
Community
YearMagazine
2010National Geographic
Tablet Magazine
Previously known as Mobile Media (2010), Mobile Edition (2011) and Tablet Edition (2012). Honors magazines published on tablets and e-readers, including digital-only magazines.
YearMagazine
2010Epicurious
2011Esquire
2012National Geographic
2013National Geographic
2014National Geographic
2015National Geographic
Multimedia
Previously known as Multimedia Feature or Package (2010) and Multimedia Package (2011). Honors digital storytelling and the integration of magazine media.
YearTitleArticle(s) and Author(s)Editor
2010New York"New York Fashion Week"Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
Ben Williams, Editorial Director, NYMag.com
2011The Virginia Quarterly Review"Assignment Afghanistan"Ted Genoways, Editor
Elliott D. Woods, Reporter and Multimedia Production
Jesse Dukes, Multimedia and Audio Production
Bluecadet Interactive, Web Design and Product Coordination
2012Foreign Policy"The Qaddafi Files: An FP Special Report"Susan B. Glasser, Editor in Chief
2013National Geographic"Cheetahs on the Edge," November iPad EditionChris Johns, Editor in Chief
2014National Geographic"The Last Chase," by Robert Draper, November Print and iPad EditionChris Johns, Editor in Chief
2015The Texas Observer in partnership with The Guardian US"Beyond the Border," by Melissa del Bosque, August 6 at texasobserver.orgDave Mann, Editor in Chief, The Texas Observer
Katharine Viner, Editor in Chief, Guardian US
2016New York"This Is the Story of One Block in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn," nymag.com and November 16–22 Print IssueAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
2017Huffington Post Highline"The 21st Century Gold Rush,"[54] by Malia Politzer and Emily Kassie, December 21 at highline.huffingtonpost.comRachel Morris and Greg Veis, Executive Editors
Magazine of the Year
Honors magazines for editorial excellence as demonstrated in print and on digital platforms for the quality and consistency of magazine-branded content and services produced by or associated with the publication, including but not limited to conferences and events; books; and radio and television programs.
YearMagazineIssuesEditor
2010GlamourApril, September, NovemberCynthia Leive, Editor in Chief
Jill Herzig, Executive Editor
Ben Berentson, Online Managing Editor
2011National GeographicFebruary, April, December; NationalGeographic.comChris Johns, Editor in Chief
Rob Covey, Digital Media Editor, NGM.com
2012TIMEMay 20, October 17 and December 26, 2011/January 2, 2012 Print Issues; TIME.com; Weekly iPad AppRick Stengel, Managing Editor
Catherine Sharick, Managing Editor, TIME.com
2013New YorkMay 28, October 22, November 12 Print and iPad Editions, nymag.comAdam Moss, Editor in Chief
Ben Williams, Online Editorial Director
2014Fast CompanyMarch, May, October Print Editions; May, June, July/August iPad Editions; fastcompany.comRobert Safian, Editor
Florian Bachleda, Creative Director
Noah Robischon, Executive Director of Digital
2015VogueFebruary, April and July Print and Tablet Editions; vogue.comAnna Wintour, Editor in Chief
2016The AtlanticJanuary/February, March and October; The Atlantic Magazine: Digital Editor; theatlantic.comJames Bennet, Editor in Chief
Scott Stossel, Editor
John Gould, Editor, TheAtlantic.com
2017Mother JonesJanuary/February, July/August and November/December; November/December Tablet Edition; motherjones.comClara Jeffery, Editor in Chief
Ivylise Simones, Creative Director
Magazine Section
Honors a regularly published front- or back-of-the-book department or section.
YearMagazineArticle(s)Editor
2005Popular Science"How 2.0," April, May, JuneScott Mowbray, Editor in Chief
2006Backpacker"Basecamp," June, September, DecemberJonathan Dorn, Editor in Chief
2007New York"Strategist," June 12, July 24, December 11Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2008Condé Nast Portfolio"Brief," September, October, DecemberJoanne Lipman, Editor in Chief
2009Wired"Start," September, October, DecemberChris Anderson, Editor in Chief
2010New York"Strategist," April 20, May 25, October 26Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2011New York"Strategist," May 24, October 25, December 20–27Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2012New York"Strategist," July 11, October 10, November 28Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2013New York"Strategist," May 28, October 8, October 22Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2014Modern Farmer"Modern Farmer Handbook," Spring, Fall, WinterAnne Marie Gardner, Chief Executive Officer and Editor in Chief
2015New York"Strategist," March 24-April 6, April 7–20 and November 17–23Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2016New York"The Culture Pages," March 9–22, October 5–18 and October 19- November 1Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2017New York"The Culture Pages," June 13–26, June 27-July 10, and August 8–21Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
2018New York"The Strategist," March 20-April 2, September 18-October 1 and December 11–24Adam Moss, Editor in Chief
Fiction
Previously known as Fiction & Belle-Lettres (1974 -1976). Honors fiction originally published in magazines. Last awarded in 2016. Succeeded by the ASME Awards for Fiction in 2018.[55]
YearMagazineArticle(s)Author(s)Editor
1970Redbook"Tonight at 9:36"
"Troubadour"
"The Magic Mama"
Alfred Gillespie
Rick Sterry
Lucille Clifton
Sey Chassler, Editor in Chief
2020Buzzfeed''Celebrity''
Music
Actors Actress Quizzes
Michelle GriggQuizzes Writer Magazine Photographer
1972Mademoiselle"A Most Incredible Meal"William Kotzwinkle
1973The Atlantic"Enormous Changes at the Last Minute"Grace Paley
1974The New Yorker"A Bad Baby"
"A Story in an Almost Classical Mode"
"Burial"
Roberta Silman
Harold Brodkey
Larry Woiwode
William Shawn, Editor
1975Redbook"Swimmer in the Secret Sea"William KotzwinkleSey Chassler, Editor in Chief
1976Essence"Isom"Hortense SpillersMarcia Anne Gillespie, Editor in Chief
1977Mother Jones'"Peking! Peking!"Li-li Ch’enJeffrey Klein, Editor
1978The New Yorker"In the Miro District"
"Potter"
"The Kugelmass Episode"
Peter Taylor
Mavis Gallant
Woody Allen
William Shawn, Editor
1979The Atlantic"Oh, Joseph, I’m So Tired"Richard YatesRobert Manning, Editor
1980Antaeus"The Farm"Joy WilliamsSusan Dwyer
1981North American Review"Every Day a Visitor"
"A Guide to the Geography of Vermont"
"Summer Opportunity"
Richard Abrons
Ward Just
Maria Thomas
Robley Wilson, Jr.
1982The New Yorker"A Correspondence Course"
"Sister Imelda"
"The City"
Nadine Gordimer
Edna O’Brien
John Updike
William Shawn, Editor
1983North American Review"Scales"
"Putting and Gardening"
"The Novitiate"
Louise Erdrich
William F. VanWert
Erica Liederman
Robley Wilson, Jr.
1984Seventeen"An Eighty Percent Chance"
"The Education of Esther Eileen"
"Teenage Wasteland"
Elizabeth Benedict
Roberta Silman
Anne Tyler
Midge Turk Richardson, Editor in Chief
1985Playboy"The Trail of Your Blood on the Snow"
"Forky"
"Julius Caesar and the Werewolf"
Gabriel García Márquez
Andre dubus III
John Gardner
Arthur Kretchmer, Editorial Director
1986The Georgia Review"Time and Fear and Somehow Love"
"Something Good for Ginnie"
"Somewhere Geese are Flying"
Lee K. Abbott
Mary Hood
Gary Gildner
Stanley W. Lindberg, Editor
1987Esquire"Fleur"
"Doc’s Story"
"The Things They Carried"
Louise Erdrich
Edgar Wideman
Tim O’Brien
Lee Eisenberg, Editor in Chief
1988The Atlantic"A Farm at Raraba"
"The Man Who Knew Belle Starr"
"The Halfway Diner"
Ernst Havemann
Richard Bausch
John Sayles
William Whitworth, Editor
1989The New Yorker"White Angel "
"I Read My Nephew Stories"
"We"
Michael Cunningham
Ethan Mordden
Mary Grimm
Robert Gottlieb, Editor
1990The New Yorker"Goodness and Mercy"
"The Trick of It"
"Letter to the Lady of the House"
Alice Munro
Michael Frayn
Richard Bausch
Robert Gottlieb, Editor
1991Esquire"Something to Remember Me By"
"Faces of Madness"
"Serious Need"
Saul Bellow
Rachel Ingalls
Reynolds Price
Lee Eisenberg, Editor in Chief
1992Story"It’s Come to This"
"Silver Water"
"The Greatest Living Mayan Speller Extant"
Annick Smith
Amy Bloom
W.D. Wetherell
Lois Rosenthal, Editor
1993The New Yorker"A Wilderness Station"
"Career Move"
"Parachute Silk"
Alice Munro
Martin Amis
Emily Carter
Robert Gottlieb, Editor
1994Harper's Magazine"The Prophet from Jupiter"
"The 400-Pound CEO"
"The Practical Heart"
Tom Earley
George Saunders
Allan Gurganus
Lewis H. Lapham, Editor
1995Story"Waiting for the Evening News"
"Kingdom of the Sun"
"The Story of My Life"
Tim Gautreaux
Alice Schell
Kim Edwards
Lois Rosenthal, Editor
1996Harper's Magazine"The Woodcarver’s Table"
"Bounty"
"The Lost Girl"
Mark Slouka
George Saunders
Tova Reich
Lewis H. Lapham, Editor
1997The New Yorker"New York Girl"
"Baster"
"Save My Child!"
John Updike
Jeffrey Eugenides
Cynthia Ozick
Tina Brown, Editor
1998The New Yorker"People Like THAT? US? Are the Only People Here"
"A Visit"
"Brokeback Mountain"
Lorrie Moore
Steven Millhauser
Annie Proulx
Tina Brown, Editor
1999Harper's Magazine"The Whore’s Child"
"Lucky Ducks"
"Son of the Wolfman"
Richard Russo
Lorrie Moore
Michael Chabon
Lewis H. Lapham, Editor
2000The New Yorker"The Third and Final Continent"
"The Barber’s Unhappiness"
"Dominion"
Jhumpa Lahiri
George Saunders
Robert Stone
David Remnick, Editor
2001Zoetrope: All-Story"Fialta"
"Fair Warning"
"The Cavemen in the Hedges"
Rebecca Lee
Robert Olen Butler
Stacey Richter
Adrienne Brodeur, Editor in Chief
2002The New Yorker"What is Remembered"
"A House on the Plains"
"Surrounded by Sleep"
Alice Munro
E.L. Doctorow
Akhil Sharma
David Remnick, Editor
2003The New Yorker"Baader-Meinhof"
"The Thing in the Forest"
"Jolene: A Life"
Don DeLillo
A.S. Byatt
E.L. Doctorow
David Remnick, Editor
2004Esquire"Presence"
"The Red Bow"
"Rest Stop"
Arthur Miller
George Saunders
Stephen King
David Granger, Editor in Chief
2005The Atlantic"An Incomplete Map of the Northern Polarity"
"Foaling Season"
"The One in White"
Nathan Roberts
Aryn Kyle
Robert Olen Butler
Cullen Murphy, Managing Editor
2006The Virginia Quarterly Review"Peacekeeper"
"Smother"
"Ina Grove"
Alan Heathcock
Joyce Carol Oates
R.T. Smith
Ted Genoways, Editor
2007Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern"Wild Child"
"To Sit, Unmoving"
"The Strange Career of Dr. Raju Gopalarajan"
T.C. Boyle
Susan Steinberg
Rajesh Parameswaran
Dave Eggers, Editor
2008Harper's Magazine"Death of the Pugilist"
"Fiction"
"A Report on Our Recent Troubles"
Daniel Mason
Alice Munro
Steven Millhauser
Roger D. Hodge, Editor
2009The New Yorker"Them Old Cowboy Songs"
"The Noble Truths of Suffering"
Annie Proulx
Alexsandar Hermon
David Remnick, Editor
2010McSweeney's Quarterly"Memory Wall"
"Raw Water"
"Further Interpretations of Real-Life Events"
Anthony Doerr
Wells Tower
Kevin Moffett
Dave Eggers, Editor
2011The Virginia Quarterly Review"Minor Watt"Paul TherouxTed Genoways, Editor
2012Zoetrope: All-Story"The Hox River Window"Karen RussellMichael Ray, Editor
2013Harper's Magazine"Batman and Robin Have an Altercation"[56]Stephen KingEllen Rosenbush, Editor
2014The New Yorker"The Embassy of Cambodia"[57]Zadie SmithDavid Remnick, Editor
Pamela Maffei McCarthy, Deputy Editor
2015The New Yorker"The Emerald Light in the Air"[58]Donald AntrimDavid Remnick, Editor
2016Zoetrope: All-Story"The Grozny Tourist Bureau,"[59] FallAnthony MarraMichael Ray, Editor
See also
Journalism portal
List of literary awards
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