In the world of magazines, no recognition is more highly coveted than an "Ellie," the National Magazine Award presented by the American Society of Magazine Editors. This is the magazine equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. Nominees and winners are chosen by hundreds of editors, educators, and art directors from more than a thousand submissions. These selections are among the very best of those.
The Best American Magazine Writing anthology puts between the covers of a single book some of the most outstanding writing by some of the most eminent writers in this country.
"My Father's Brain"
Jonathan Franzen, The New Yorker
"The Crash of EgyptAir 990"
William Langewiesche, The Atlantic Monthly
"Inside the Battle at Qala-i-Jangi"
Alex Perry, Time Magazine
Lauren Slater, Harper's Magazine
Jeffrey Steingarten, Vogue
"Playing God on No Sleep"
Anna Quindlen, Newsweek
Michael Wolff, New York Magazine
Anne Fadiman, The American Scholar
And much more! Brilliant and illuminating, this book is for anyone who appreciates magazine writing and journalism at their highest level.
The American Society of Magazine Editors is the professional organization for editors of consumer magazines that are edited, published, and sold in the United States. It sponsors the National Magazine Awards in association with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
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The "Ellie" awards—the magazine equivalent of newspaper reporting's Pulitzers—are granted annually by the American Society of Magazine Editors to celebrate excellence in a variety of genres of magazine writing: reporting, features, profiles, commentary, criticism and fiction.| Read Full Review of The Best American Magazine Wr...