Friday, May 02, 2008

Ever to Excel (Generally)

If you contribute a small article to the Sept/Oct 2007 issue of Mother Jones, and that issue becomes part of a three-issue package that wins a National Magazine Award for General Excellence (250,000 to 500,000 circulation), do you get to walk around bragging, "I just won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence (250,000 to 500,000 circulation)," or would that just be self-aggrandizing resume inflation?

We'll be doing field research on this question over the next couple of days, and will bring you the results (if favorable.)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, and you, therefore, are also partly responsible for messing up the most vulnerable minds in the city of Providence. What's good for the juice is good for the candy.

Burro Hall said...

Good to have you back in the comments section, franker.

s said...

Word on the street is that it's sort of like being nominated for a Pulitzer prize . . .s