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Saveur, Cooking Light are National Magazine Awards Finalists

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Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 11:30 AM

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The National Magazine Awards finalists were announced yesterday, and aside from the usual suspects (The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Esquire), never-before-nominated Cooking Light was a finalist in the Leisure Interests category -- alongside Golf Digest, Runner's World and Los Angeles. Speaking of Los Angeles, it couldn't touch The New Yorker's nine nominations (no one could), but it did earn two others, in Special Interest Magazines and Feature Writing.

Saveur was nominated, once again, in Food, Travel and Design Magazines, where it's up against Conde Nast Traveler, Garden & Gun (best magazine title ever!), House Beautiful and Martha Stewart Living.

Only the finalists in the 21 print magazine categories were announced yesterday; the winners will be honored May 9th. Winners in the 12 digital media categories were announced last month (where Epicurious won in Service & Lifestyle while Chow was a finalist in Video.) Full list of nominees after the jump.

The magazines nominated for 2011 National Magazine Awards are:

GENERAL EXCELLENCE, PRINT

News, Sports and Entertainment Magazines

Honors large-circulation weeklies, biweeklies and general-interest monthlies

Fast Company; New York; The New Yorker; People; TIME

Literary, Political and Professional Magazines

Honors academic and scholarly publications as well as smaller-circulation general-interest magazines

Lapham's Quarterly; The Paris Review; Poetry; The Sun; Virginia Quarterly Review

Fashion, Service and Lifestyle Magazines

Honors women's magazines, including health and fitness magazines and family-centric publications

Essence; Real Simple; Vogue; W; Women's Health

Food, Travel and Design Magazines

Honors lifestyle magazines for men and women as well as shelter titles

Conde Nast Traveler; Garden & Gun; House Beautiful; Martha Stewart Living; Saveur

Finance, Technology and Lifestyle Magazines

Honors men's magazines as well as business, science and active-interest publications

Backpacker; Bloomberg Markets; GQ; Popular Mechanics; Scientific American

Special Interest Magazines

Honors magazines serving targeted audiences, including city and regional magazines

Audubon; Los Angeles; San Francisco; Texas Monthly; Time Out New York

DESIGN, PRINT

Esquire; Fortune; GQ; New York; Wired

PHOTOGRAPHY, PRINT

GQ; Martha Stewart Living; National Geographic; The New York Times Magazine; W

NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

National Geographic; The New York Times Magazine (2); TIME; Virginia Quarterly Review

FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY

AARP The Magazine; ESPN The Magazine; National Geographic; The New York Times Magazine; W

SINGLE-TOPIC ISSUE

Bloomberg Businessweek; GQ: National Geographic; New York; Scientific American

MAGAZINE SECTION

Esquire; New York; Real Simple (2); Wired

PERSONAL SERVICE

Good Housekeeping; Men's Health; Men's Journal; O, The Oprah Magazine; Wired

LEISURE INTERESTS

Cooking Light; Golf Digest; Los Angeles; Men's Journal; Runner's World

PUBLIC INTEREST

The Atlantic; Marie Claire; The New Yorker; OnEarth; Texas Monthly

REPORTING

Harper's Magazine; The New York Times Magazine; The New Yorker; Rolling Stone; Virginia Quarterly Review

FEATURE WRITING

The Atlantic; GQ; Los Angeles; Mother Jones; The New Yorker

PROFILE WRITING

The Atlantic; Harper's Magazine; New York; The New York Times Magazine; The New Yorker

ESSAYS & CRITICISM

The American Scholar; The Antioch Review; The New Yorker; The Paris Review; Virginia Quarterly Review

COLUMNS & COMMENTARY

Esquire; New York; The New Yorker; Vanity Fair (2)

FICTION

The Atlantic; The New Yorker (2); Virginia Quarterly Review (2)

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