Wednesday, May 2, 2007

EUSTACE TILLY WEEPS: As the New Yorker went 0-for-9 at the National Magazine Awards and was shut out for the first time this century; however, in a decision somewhere between highbrow and lowbrow, brilliant and despicable, New York Magazine picked up five of the seven awards for which it was nominated. Vanity Fair, having stolen William Langewiesche from The Atlantic, took awards for both his and Christopher Hitchens' work.

Thankfully, many of the winning pieces are collected online.

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