Best in the Nation

Best in the Nation

Awards season.

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It is our pleasure to note some Nation writers who have recently won awards for their extraordinary work.

Alexandra Schwartz received the National Book Critics Circle 2014 Nona Balakian citation for excellence in reviewing for her Nation essay “Nobody Else Sounds Like Lydia Davis,” published in the June 2, 2014, issue of the magazine.

Naomi Klein has been honored with the Izzy Award for outstanding achievement by independent journalists. The judges recognized her “landmark book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate—as well as powerful columns in The Nation and The Guardian on topics from climate change to racism to torture.” See our October 6, 2014, issue for an excerpt from the book.

Dave Zirin, The Nation’s sports editor, has received the National Headliner Award, first place, for writing on a magazine website. His political sports coverage is unparalled and a perennial hit with Nation readers.

Lee Fang has won the National Headliner Award, third place, for magazine coverage of a major news event or topic, for his Nation investigation “The Shadow Lobbying Complex,” reported in partnership with the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute. This exposé revealed the hidden routes by which lobbying money is entering Washington.

William Greider has won the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism for career achievement. Previous Nation winners of the Aronson Award include JoAnn Wypijewski, Nick Turse, John Nichols, A.C. Thompson, Jeremy Scahill, and Paul Krugman. Aronson was a founder of the National Guardian newspaper and longtime professor at Hunter College.

Katha Pollitt is a finalist for the MOLLY National Journalism Prize, awarded by The Texas Observer, for selections from her “Subject to Debate” columns. The prize is named for the renowned journalist and columnist Molly Ivins and recognizes great American journalism.

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