The New Yorker Leads 2011 Finalists
The 2011 National Magazine Award finalists include 54 titles. Twenty magazines received multiple nominations—led by The New Yorker with 9—and 6 magazines were nominated for the first time.
Aside from The New Yorker, magazines receiving multiple nominations this year are The Atlantic (4 nominations), Esquire (3), GQ (5), Harper’s Magazine (2), Los Angeles (3), Martha Stewart Living (2), Men’s Journal (2), National Geographic (4), New York (6), The New York Times Magazine (6), The Paris Review (2), Real Simple (3), Scientific American (2), Texas Monthly (2), TIME (2), Vanity Fair (2), Virginia Quarterly Review (6), W (3) and Wired (3).
The 6 never-before-nominated titles are Cooking Light, House Beautiful, Lapham’s Quarterly, OnEarth, The Sun and Women’s Health.
Group publishers with multiple nominations include Bloomberg L.P. (2 for Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Markets); Conde Nast (25 for Conde Nast Traveler, Golf Digest, GQ, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue, W and Wired); Emmis Communications (5 for Los Angeles and Texas Monthly); Hearst Magazines (8 for Esquire; Good Housekeeping; House Beautiful; Marie Claire; O, The Oprah Magazine and Popular Mechanics); Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (2 for Martha Stewart Living); National Geographic Society (4 for National Geographic); Rodale (3 for Men’s Health, Runner’s World and Women’s Health); Time Inc. (9 for Cooking Light, Essence, Fortune, People, Real Simple and TIME); and Wenner Media (3 for Men’s Journal and Rolling Stone).