American Society of Magazine Editors' National Magazine Awards
These awards are given to publications, not individuals. This list consists of those who were major contributors to their magazines' awards:
Evan Smith (MSJ88) won in 2003 for General Excellence (250,000 to 500,000 circ.) as editor of Texas Monthly, for the magazine's July, November and December issues.
Mark Jannot (BSJ87, MSJ87) won three times: in 2002 for General Excellence (200,000 to 500,000 circ.) and in 2001 for Personal Service, for a package he edited called "The Rules of Adventure," both while serving as executive editor of National Geographic Adventure; and in 1998 for Personal Service, while serving as senior editor for Men's Journal, for a series of three articles written by Jim Thornton that Jannot conceived and edited: "Don't Tell My Heart" (April), "The New Erector Set" (May) and "The Ache a Guy Aches: My Hernia" (December/January). All were first-person stories about experiencing cutting-edge medical technology.
Penny Wolfson (MSJ79) won in 2002 for Feature Writing for a piece in the December issue of The Atlantic called "Moonrise," which chronicles her experiences with her teenage son, Ansel, who is afflicted with muscular dystrophy.
Laura Hohnhold (MSJ85) won in 1996, 1997 and 1998 for General Excellence (400,000 to 1 million circ.) as deputy editor of Outside.
Adam Horowitz (MSJ92) won in 1996, 1997 and 1998 for General Excellence (400,000 to 1 million circ.) as senior editor and managing editor at Outside.
Brad Wetzler (MSJ91) won three times as senior editor of Outside: in 1996 and 1997 for General Excellence (400,000 to 1 million circ.); in 1997 for Reporting, for "Into Thin Air," a piece about climbing Mt. Everest that he conceived and edited.
Kathy Martin O'Neil (MSJ90) won in 1996 for General Excellence (400,000 to 1 million circ.) as managing editor at Outside.
Liz Comte Reisman (MSJ86) won in 1995 for Personal Service as the writer of three articles that appeared in Smart Money in 1994: "Driver's Education," in the May issue; "Home Truths," in November; and "Lessons in Life," co-written with Laura M. Holson, in December.
Eliot Kaplan (MSJ80) won twice as editor-in-chief of Philadelphia Magazine: in 1994 for Public Interest, for a series of articles about Floxin, and in 1993 for Special Interest, for "Simple Pleasures," a series of stories.
Richard B. Stolley (BSJ52, MSJ53) won twice as managing editor of Life magazine: in 1983 for General Excellence (circulation 1 million-plus) and in 1985 for Photography, for "The Infamous Downing of Korean Air Lines Flight 007" (January 1984), "American Excellence" (June 1984), "White House Families" (November 1984) and "The Cruelest Crime" (December 1984).