It was a tremendous honor to be selected as a finalist for the National Magazine Award this year. The nomination was for a Runner’s World feature package, Pet Project.
Last week, I attended the awards ceremony in New York City with my assigning editor, the talented Peter Flax (now editor in chief for Bicycling magazine), Runner’s World’s editor in chief David Willey, fellow writer Marc Parent and a whole table full of other wonderful Runner’s World staffers.
We didn’t win the award, but I had a great time anyway. As a freelancer, I rarely get a chance to see so many of my colleagues in one room. One of the highlights of the evening was meeting up with some of my former editors from the old Health magazine in San Francisco. Barbara Paulsen and Bruce Kelley gave me my start and I’m still grateful.
I figured I should share a few photos, since it’s not often that I trade running shoes for heels.
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just read article in Discover. Excellent work my classes will use it in Psychology of Personality. Does it follow that organ transplants can also influence cognition in new host?
Great question! I’m not sure anyone has studied this, but it’s an intriguing idea. I don’t see why they wouldn’t.