American Society of Magazine Editors

Winners and Finalists Database

Title Year Category Winner or Finalistsort ascending Editor
Vogue 2002 Leisure Interests Winner Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief
Smithsonian 1997 Special Interests Winner Don Moser, editor
Hippocrates 1988 General Excellence Winner Eric W. Scrier, editor
Esquire 1984 Single-Topic Issue Winner Phillip Moffitt, editor-in-chief and president
Los Angeles 2013 Personal Service Winner Mary Melton, Editor in Chief
The New York Times Magazine 2017 Feature Writing Winner Jake Silverstein, Editor in Chief
National Geographic 2010 Photojournalism Winner Chris Johns, editor-in-chief
PC Computing 1999 Special Interests Winner Paul Somerson, vice president and editor-in-chief
Atlantic, The 1995 Reporting Winner William Whitworth, editor
Nation, The 1992 Essays & Criticism Winner Victor S. Navasky, editor
Playboy 1985 Fiction Winner Arthur Kretchmer, editorial director
Mother Jones 1977 Fiction, Criticism and Belles-Lettres Winner Jeffrey Klein, editor
Redbook 1970 Fiction Winner Sey Chassler, editor-in-chief
Rolling Stone 2006 Photo Portfolio/Photo Essay Winner Jann S. Wenner, editor and publisher, Will Dana, managing editor
Time 2005 Photo Portfolio/Photo Essay Winner James Kelly, managing editor, Arthur Hochstein, art director
Elle 1987 Design Winner Régis Pagniez, publication director, Karen Anderegg, editor-in-chief
National Journal 1981 Reporting Winner Richard S. Frank, editor
Newsweek 1974 Visual Excellence Winner Robert V. Engle, editor
National Geographic 2012 Tablet Edition Winner Chris Johns, Editor in Chief; Bill Marr, Creative Director; Melissa Wiley, E-Publishing Director
The Hollywood Reporter 2015 General Excellence (Special-Interest Magazines) Winner Janice Min, Chief Creative Officer

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