Vogue was named Magazine of the Year at Monday night’s National Magazine Awards dinner, the industry’s biggest event, while The New Yorker and New York tied for the night’s biggest haul, with three prizes apiece.
The New Yorker won for general interest, fiction, and essays and criticism, the latter award going to Roger Angell for his moving look at aging. Angell, 94, beat out Ta-Nehisi Coates’ much-lauded “The Case for Reparations,” in The Atlantic, to win his first National Magazine Award.
New York won for design, magazine section, and columns and commentary for the work of art critic Jerry Saltz.
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