Atul Gawande and Hendrik Hertzberg Nominated for National Magazine Awards

The New Yorker contributors are recognized for medical reporting and commentary.

Among New Yorker contributors nominated for National Magazine Awards are associate professor of surgery Atul Gawande, for one of his articles on medicine, and Hendrik Hertzberg ’65, for three of his Talk of the Town commentaries. Winners will be announced on May 9. The American Society of Magazine Editors' announcement provides links to each author's nominated works—in the Public Interest category for Gawande and in Columns & Commentary for Hertzberg's essays.

Elizabeth Gudrais's profile of  Gawande, "The Unlikely Writer," appeared in the September-October 2009 Harvard Magazine. Craig Lambert's profile of "Hertzberg of the New Yorker" appeared in the January-February 2003 issue. 

 

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