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Intro; Table of Contents; Introduction, by Alison Overholt, vice president and editor in chief, ESPN the Magazine, espnW, and the ESPYs; Acknowledgments; Abuses of Power and Weighing the Costs of Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein's Army of Spies, by Ronan Farrow, The New Yorker: Winner-Public Interest; Why the Harvey Weinstein Sexual-Harassment Allegations Didn't Come Out Until Now and Your Reckoning. And Mine. and This Moment Isn't (Just) About Sex. It's Really About Work, by Rebecca Traister, New York: Winner-Columns and Commentary.
The Horizon of Desire and We're All Mad Here: Weinstein, Women, and the Language of Lunacy and The Unforgiving Minute, by Laurie Penny, Longreads: Finalist-Columns and CommentaryThe Last Person You'd Expect to Die in Childbirth, by Nina Martin and Renee Montagne, ProPublica with NPR: Finalist-Public Interest; The Uncounted, by Azmat Khan and Anand Gopal, New York Times Magazine: Winner-Reporting; How the U.S. Triggered a Massacre in Mexico, by Ginger Thompson, National Geographic and ProPublica: Finalist-Reporting.
What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution?, by Ian Frazier, Smithsonian: Finalist-Essays and CriticismThe Uninhabitable Earth, by David Wallace-Wells, New York: Finalist-Essays and Criticism; My President Was Black, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic: Finalist-Feature Writing; Standing Down and Roger Goodell Has a Jerry Jones Problem, by Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr., ESPN the Magazine: Finalist-Reporting.
How the Oscar Flub Demonstrates the Limits of Black Graciousness and How Oprah Got Her Acting Groove Back and Maria Sharapova's Rivalry With Serena Williams Is in Her Head, by Bim Adewunmi, BuzzFeed News: Finalist-Columns and CommentaryThe Williams Movement and Power Play and How Is This Still a Debate?, by Howard Bryant, ESPN the Magazine: Finalist-Columns and Commentary; Lola's Story, by Alex Tizon, The Atlantic: Winner-Essays and Criticism; Love in the Time of Robots, by Alex Mar, Wired with Epic Magazine: Finalist-Feature Writing.
Cat Person, by Kristen Roupenian, The New Yorker: Finalist-ASME Award for FictionPermissions; List of Contributors.
In a time of reckoning with wrongdoing in high places, this year's National Magazine Awards finalists and winners focus on abuse of power in all its forms.
Print version: Editors, The American Society of Magazine. Best American Magazine Writing 2018. New York : Columbia University Press, ©2018
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