Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Walrus dominates Nat. Magazine Award nominations

The Walrus has scored the most nominations for Canada’s 2009-2010 National Magazine Awards. The Toronto-based current-affairs monthly has pretty much dominated the NMAs since its inception in the fall of 2003 and is doing so again this year, earning a total of 33 nominations, including 23 in various writing categories. Its nearest rival is Maclean’s, the Toronto-based news weekly, which received a total of 27 nods, including 22 in writing categories. Toronto Life, a monthly, is in third place, with a total of 26 nominations, 19 of them for written work. The winners of gold and silver and honourable mentions will be named on June 4 in Toronto.

A complete list of nominees can be found at

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