I’m beyond excited to share the news that I’ve been named a finalist in not one, but two categories of this year’s Folio: Eddie Awards, one of the top competitions in all of U.S. magazines.
My article “When the Call Came” for Yachting (titled “Rescue in the Atlantic” online) is a finalist in the category of Best Single Article in a consumer enthusiast magazine, and several pieces I wrote for Soundings (including this one about artificial intelligence and mayday hoaxes, and this one about why whales are returning to Manhattan’s waters) earned a finalist nod in the category of Best Range of Work by a Single Author.
I’m also super proud to say that a number of finalist slots went to magazines where I’m on retainer as an editor, including Yachts International and Anglers Journal.
Many people, including some terrific editors and art directors, worked hard to help make my stories great. I’m over the moon to be a finalist, and I’m officially tipping my hat to the wonderful editorial teams I’m so lucky to work with every day.
Congratulations and good luck to all the finalists!