New York Receives 8 National Magazine Awards Nominations

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New York Magazine was recognized yesterday by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) with multiple awards and nominations for work across a variety of written journalism, photography, and illustration. New York received eight National Magazine Awards nominations, the most of any magazine this year, including General Excellence (News, Sports, Entertainment); its features editor Katy Schneider won an ASME Next Award for journalists under 30; and in the ASME Awards for Photography and Illustration, it won two awards and received six additional nominations.

Additionally, New York’s Vox Media colleagues at Eater were nominated for the National Magazine Award for Lifestyle Journalism, and the Verge won a Photography and Illustration Award and was nominated for another. Winners of the National Magazine Awards will be announced on April 5.

The full slate of wins and nominations for Vox Media is listed below.

National Magazine Nominations: 

New York Magazine:

General Excellence, News, Sports, and Entertainment

Design for “All Work, No Pay,” “Before, During, After January 6,” and “Reckoning With a Reckoning

Single-Topic Issue for “Remember the Office?”

Service Journalism for “Natural Hair, Now”

Lifestyle Journalism for “Thank You, Dr. Zizmor,” by Stella Bugbee

Feature Writing for “Gina. Rosanne. Guy.” by Kerry Howley

Profile Writing for “Infinite Self,” by E. Alex Jung

Essays and Criticism for “Them Is Pure Degradation Porn,” “The Underground Railroad Is the Cinematic Event of the Year,” and “Cruella Is the Girl-Bossification of the Madwoman,” by Angelica Jade Bastién


Lifestyle Journalism for “Filling Up

ASME Next Awards for journalists under 30:

Katy Schneider, New York Magazine features editor (nominated by Alexis Swerdloff, deputy editor, New York)

ASME Awards for Photography and Illustration:

New York Magazine:

Best News and Entertainment Story (winner) for “What’s Going On in Washington Square Park?” photography by Daniel Arnold and Daniel Galicia

Best Conceptual Photograph (winner) for “New Yawk Style,” photography by Bobby Doherty

Best Service and Lifestyle Photograph (nominee) for a photograph by Joe Lingeman from “55 Truly Surprising, Strange and Immensely Pleasing Gifts Over $200

Best Service and Lifestyle Photograph (nominee) for a photograph by Rob Frogoso from “Best Bets: Sweat

Best Profile Photograph (nominee) for a photograph by Ashley Peña from “‘I Should Have Quit Way Before Tokyo’”

Best Print Illustration (nominee) for an illustration by Pablo Rochat from “The Lunacy of Text-Based Therapy

Best Service and Lifestyle Story (nominee) for “Natural Hair, Now,” photographs by Delphine Diallo

Best Digital Illustration (nominee) for an illustration by Pedro Nekoi from “‘I Got Ghosted. Big Time.’”

The Verge:

Best Digital Illustration (winner) for “Verge 10,” illustration by Micha Huigen

Best Illustrated Story (nominee) for “What The Verge Covered in Our First 120,000 Stories,” illustrations by Kristen Radtke

New York Receives 8 National Magazine Awards Nominations