Four Bay Area Publications Win National Magazine Awards
|A coveted Ellie.|
The Bay Area cleaned up this year, with four local magazines taking home four pachyderm-y accolades. San Francisco magazine grabbed a general excellence award in the less than 100,000-circulation category for its April, August, and December issues. Mother Jones also won for general excellence in the 100,000 to 250,000-circulation category for its July/August, September/October, and November/December issues.
Wired's "The Mystery Issue," which ran in May, took the top award for Single-Topic Issue. And McSweeney's Quarterly received the grand prize for fiction for "Memory Wall," by Anthony Doerr, "Raw Water," by Wells Tower, and "Further Interpretations of Real-Life Events," by Kevin Moffett.
Congrats to you all, and may your business plans remain viable.