Canadian Magazine Industry News
30 September 2013,     WINNIPEG
Covet magazine wins Maggie for best in Manitoba
The fifth annual "Maggie" Awards sponsored by the Manitoba Magazine Publishers' Association saw Covet magazine, launched just last year, take the prize for Magazine of the Year.

The design, renovation and lifestyle quarterly also won the Peoples' Choice Award, selected through online voting. Lit journal Prairie Fire took home the most prizes, sweeping the art and literary field with wins in all four categories.

Best Single Issue in B2B/association/custom went to the June 2012 edition of Canadian Journal of Green Building & Design, while Best Single Issue in the consumer category was awarded to the second issue of The Huddle.

Full winners below courtesy of the Manitoba Magazine Publishers website.

Best Poem or Suite of Poems
-Plastic Bucket-Prairie Fire
Best Short Fiction-Frida Walks-Prairie Fire
Best Editorial Feature or Creative Non-Fiction-Maxime’s-Prairie Fire
Best Single Issue, Art & Literary-Vol.33#3-Prairie Fire

Best Business or Individual Profile-The Mental Arts Initiative-Interlake Arts, Life & Leisure
Best Single Issue, B2B, Association & Custom-June 2012-Canadian Journal of Green Building & Design

Best Editorial Feature-Consumer
-GLBTT Suicide Series-Outwords Inc.
Best Regular Column or Department-Christopher Moore-Canada’s History
Best Single Issue-Consumer-Issue #2- The Huddle
Best Brand Extension Activity-Early Spring Special Edition-Manitoba Home & Gardener Living

Best Cover Illustration-Issue #32-Rhubarb
Best Cover-Photography-Issue #2-The Huddle
Best Digitial Initiative-Young Citizens-Canada’s History
Peoples’ Choice Award-Covet
Magazine of the Year-Covet
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