Indianapolis Monthly Wins 10 ‘Best in Indiana Journalism’ Awards
Announced over the weekend by the state chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the 2014 honors include five first-place nods.
At its annual banquet on Friday, the state chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists announced 10 2014 Best in Indiana Journalism awards for IM, including five first-place winners. Here is the complete list of honorees:
Back Home Again column, by Philip Gulley. Entries included: “Grave Expectations” (March), “Lucky Dog” (August), and “Stick with Me” (November).
Column Writing, magazines and non-daily newspapers
“Larry Bird’s Greatest Shot Was the One He Didn’t Take” (December), by Michael Rubino
Sports Reporting, magazines and non-daily newspapers
“Into the Darkness” (October), by Evan West
Features Writing, magazines and non-daily newspapers
“In the Line of Fire,” (March), by Michael Rubino
Criminal Justice Reporting, any publication with circulation over 40,000
“It Takes a Village” (September), by Megan Fernandez
Education Coverage, any publication with circulation over 40,000