2020 National Magazine Awards

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees

The Walrus Foundation is pleased to announce that The Walrus has received three National Magazine Awards along with many nominations. The winners were announced at the 43rd National Magazine Awards ceremony, live on Facebook on June 12, 2020.

The Walrus congratulates the nominated contributors and staff:

SILVER MEDAL for FEATURE WRITING

The Political Downside of Saving the Planet
by Max Fawcett, edited by Carmine Starnino

GOLD MEDAL for PHOTOJOURNALISM & PHOTO ESSAY

Who Owns Colombia’s Gold?
by Roger Lemoyne and Rémy Bourdillon, edited by Daniel Viola

SILVER MEDAL for PHOTOJOURNALISM & PHOTO ESSAY

Last Stop
by Derek Shapton, art direction by Paul Kim

NOMINATED for ESSAYS
Raptors Revolution

by Troy Sebastian / Nupqu ʔa·kǂ am̓, edited by Lauren McKeon

NOMINATED for LONG-FORM FEATURE WRITING
Tech Defector

by Brian Barth, edited by Carmine Starnino, illustrated by Zachary Monteiro

NOMINATED for ONE-OF-A-KIND STORYTELLING
The Making of Margaret Atwood

by Tajja Isen and Daniel Viola, edited by Carmine Starnino, illustrated by Lauren Tamaki

Words from Whale Cove
by Suzie Napayok-Short, edited by Samia Madwar, art direction by Meredith Holigroski, photos by Cody Punter

NOMINATED for PERSONAL JOURNALISM
Why I Shared My Nude Photos on the Internet

by Sam Juric, edited by Lauren McKeon

NOMINATED for PROFILES
A Liberal’s Last Stand

by Curtis Gillespie, edited by Carmine Starnino

NOMINATED for SHORT FEATURE WRITING
The Art of the Snag

by Troy Sebastian / Nupqu ʔa·kǂ am̓, edited by Viviane Fairbank

The End of Exploration
by Kate Harris, edited by Harley Rustad

NOMINATED for PHOTOJOURNALISM & PHOTO ESSAY
Watchers in the North

by Philip Cheung, art direction by Paul Kim