The winners of the 2010 National Magazine Awards have been announced (and more). An interview with Kevin Braddock, the man behind Manzine. The artists whose day job is guarding the Metropolitan Museum of Art have started a magazine to showcase their own work — it's called Sw!pe. Creative Nonfiction begins life anew as a quarterly magazine. A look at how spam filters dictated the fate of Canadian magazine The Beaver. With her "un-Albertan" magazine, founding editor Jackie Flanagan is trying to show her province isn't all rednecks, cowboys and oil tycoons. ChopChop magazine makes cooking a tool in fight against child obesity, with free issues distributed at doctors’ offices. Under the New Statesman’s new editor, Jason Cowley, the Staggers may very well be returning to its roots. Mr. Magazine interviews Josh Tyrangiel, editor of the new Bloomberg Businessweek. Bloomberg LP's ambition for the revamped BusinessWeek magazine is to make it "the American version of the Economist". Ebony shaped the black middle class, then misread its digital moment. Though not quite on a fast track to The New Republic levels of noxiousness, the deterioration of The Nation into a vapid, politically complacent mouthpiece of the establishment has been marked to any candid observer. A magazine, long gone, is given digital CPR: One man’s quest to keep Liberty magazine, the popular mid-20th-century mass-market publication, alive. Gavin Weal is trying to change the world one magazine at a time. The Washington Blade, the 40-year-old DC-area gay weekly that folded late last year, is back. Why is it that print editors are so often seen as having the expertise to oversee a magazine website, whereas web editors aren’t seen as able to oversee (or contribute to) print? A look at the 15 best print magazine runs of all time.

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