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IT was David vs. David at the goose outlet canada National Magazine Awards yesterday, with canada goose uk black friday Esquire Editor in Chief David Granger snagging four of the so called Golden Elephant awards for editorial canada goose outlet store excellence.
Granger Canada Goose online narrowly nosed out New Yorker Editor in Chief David Remnick, who snagged three.
The biggest drama of the day may have been the final award, which featured Martha Stewart Living, Time and Newsweek in the running for a general excellence prize in the 2 million plus circulation category.
Mark Whitaker, Newsweek editor in chief, was magnanimous in winning. Stewart, if you still here, you a real sport canada goose outlet parka for showing up, he said. He also put in a little dig at canada goose clearance sale arch rival Jim Kelly and his team at Time magazine. figure into this as well, he said of Time. stay up nights figuring out ways canada goose outlet uk sale to beat you. Later, when Whitaker saw the Esquire editor in chief, he quipped, Granger, where your wheelbarrow? In his canada goose outlet seven years at Esquire, Granger had won only canada goose outlet black friday twice before once each in 2001 and in 1999. Yesterday the magazine scooped up four prizes: for profile writing, design, fiction and reviews and criticism.
The wins anoint Granger as the hottest editor in town, even if a general excellence prize did elude him.
Graydon Carter, the Vanity Fair cheap Canada Goose chief canada goose outlet nyc who usually is canada goose outlet toronto factory jockeying for official canada goose outlet the honor, had no nominations this year and didn bother uk canada goose to show up.
Granger said he was wearing the first suit he had Canada Goose Coats On Sale purchased when he became editor in chief of Esquire seven years ago.
Was it his lucky suit? never was before, he said, but added, good suit never goes out of style. There were also a series of firsts. Gourmet Editor Ruth Reichl won for general excellence in the 500,000 to 1 million category a first for the 63 year old foodie. Publisher Giulio Capua said he is ordering up a few bottles of Gaja wine to celebrate, while Reichl was calling in an order to a gourmet cheese shop.
Popular Science won as well for the first https://www.londonbc.co.uk time in its 133 year old history, in general excellence.
That win spared Time Inc. an embarrassing shut out at the annual awards, sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Editors. (It a good thing the company bought out Times Mirror Magazines a few years back, though, since none of its core Time Inc. titles won).
And Men Health, helmed by Editor in Chief David Zinczenko, became the first Rodale title ever to win an as the awards are called for a personal service piece on heart disease. Zinczenko headed to his customary watering hole at Elaine to celebrate.
City magazine was an upset winner in the photography category, beating out Vogue and Martha Stewart Living, among others.
Caroline Miller, the ousted editor in chief of New York magazine, was not on the scene, but Michael Wolff, the canada goose outlet uk magazine former buy canada goose jacket media critic, was there to accept a canada goose outlet top prize for columns commentaries. Wolff, who had tried unsuccessfully to buy the weekly magazine when canada goose outlet it went on the block last fall, said, truth is, I might have preferred a different prize but this one is pretty canada goose good. He said the New York platform gave him a chance to my fist at this rotten war one of several winners who sounded decisively anti war themes.
Adam Moss joined Wolff on the dais but said he could take no credit for the award. Wolff has skipped to a $400,000 a year job at Vanity Fair, and so was not sure canada goose outlet jackets where he would go to celebrate his win. kind of an orphan here, he said.
Mark Smirnoff won for best single topic issue for the Oxford American, a literary magazine that was once subsidized by John Grisham but has since folded.
David Remnick said he was particularly delighted that crusading journalist Seymour Hersh was one of the winning entries in the public interest category for a series on intelligence that the Bush administration used to justify the war.